Factors Affecting the Strength of Steel Plate Connections Between Precast Concrete Elements

Author: Holmes, M;Posner, C D

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Factors Affecting the Strength of Steel Plate Connections Between Precast Concrete Elements

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Factors Affecting the Strength of Steel Plate Connections Between Precast Concrete Elements
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Holmes, M;Posner, C D

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This paper describes an investigation of the behaviour of a type of structural connection in which steel plates embedded in, and protruding from, precast concrete beams and columns are bolted together on erection. M. Holmes and C.D. Posner

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