The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 48 (1970) > Issues > Issue 8 > Stress Analysis of Steel and Composite Structures by Models
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Stress Analysis of Steel and Composite Structures by Models

The case for the experimental stress analysis of structures by the testing of models is examined. Tests of models of two composite beam/slab floor constructions, full-size prototypes of which had already been tested to destruction, established the technique and proved its reliability. A.S. Babb

Author(s): Babb, A S

Keywords: analysis;stresses;composite construction;models;testing