The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 6 (1918) > Issues > Issue 1 > Shear and problems arising therefrom
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Shear and problems arising therefrom

SEEING that tangential stresses are developed in connection with every structural form, including those members that are subjected to direct tension and compression, it is quite impossible to treat of every aspect of my subject within the limits of a paper. The selection of certain aspects for consideration which is made herein may not include aspects which are of interest to others, but the discussion to follow affords opportunity for important deficiencies to be pointed out so that they may be repaired by further contributions. H. Kempton Dyson