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Test of a Multi-Storey Rigid Steel Frame Designed in Accordance with the 1964 Joint Report of the Institution and the Institute of Welding

A 3 storey 2 bay x l bay full-size, rigid-jointed, steel frame has been designed in accordance with the Joint Committee Report on Fully Rigid Multi-Storey Welded Steel Frames (December, 1964). R.H. Wood, F.H. Needham and R.F. Smith

Author(s): Wood, R H;Needham, F H;Smith, R F

Keywords: multistorey buildings;frames;steel;full scale tests