Correspondence on The Strength of Straightened Welded Steel Stiffened Plates by M.R. Horne and R. Na
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Correspondence on The Strength of Straightened Welded Steel Stiffened Plates by M.R. Horne and R. Na

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Correspondence on The Strength of Straightened Welded Steel Stiffened Plates by M.R. Horne and R. Na
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It is difficult to predict the distribution of residual stresses present in an asymmetrical welded fabrication such as a stiffened panel. The problem is further complicated when techniques are employed to minimise the out-of-straightness of the finished article. Since residual compressive stresses are often a source of weakness in a compression member, it is important to allow for this effect when drafting design Codes. The tests reported in the paper form a useful contribution towards this end. However the work could have been considerably more interesting if some additional measurements had been made. G.H. Little and C.D. Bradfield

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