Correspondence Variable Repeated Loading and the Plastic Design of Structures by J.M. Davies
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Correspondence Variable Repeated Loading and the Plastic Design of Structures by J.M. Davies

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Correspondence Variable Repeated Loading and the Plastic Design of Structures by J.M. Davies
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The opinion that the probability of a plastically designed structure failing by incremental collapse or alternating plasticity is small compared with that of static collapse is not sound in all cases.

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