The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 48 (1970) > Issues > Issue 5 > Variable Repeated Loading and the Plastic Design of Structures
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Variable Repeated Loading and the Plastic Design of Structures

This paper gives an assessment of the importance of the effects associated with variable repeated loading in the context of structural design by the plastic theory. J.M. Davies

Author(s): Davies, J M

Keywords: plastic methods;design;cyclic loads;steel;stability;frames;computers;analysis