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Timber Trussed Rafters - an Introduction

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Timber Trussed Rafters - an Introduction
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Correspondence that has appeared in The Structural Engineer concerning timber trussed rafters is related to the BRE work on trussed rafters published in CP 83/78. W.H. Ransom

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