Welded Steel Plates in Compression. Discussion on the Paper by J.B. Dwight and K.E. Moxham
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Welded Steel Plates in Compression. Discussion on the Paper by J.B. Dwight and K.E. Moxham

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Welded Steel Plates in Compression. Discussion on the Paper by J.B. Dwight and K.E. Moxham
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Professor Wells (Queen's University, Belfast): 'I should like to ask two questions, one to each of the authors. As we utilise steels of higher strengths there are obviously two extreme problems: one of maintaining ductility, and the other of maintaining resistance to instability, and the problem with which the authors are concerned will require even closer attention in the future.'

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