The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 62 (1984) > Issues > Issue 16 > Correspondence on Small-Scale Model Tests on Perforated Webs by R. Narayanan, N.G.V. Der Avanessian
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Correspondence on Small-Scale Model Tests on Perforated Webs by R. Narayanan, N.G.V. Der Avanessian and M. M. Ghannam

Dr. G. H. Little (M)/Dr. A. G. Kamtekar (University of Birmingham): The problem considered in the paper, namely the effect of holes on the strength of web plates, is one of significant interest to designers of steel structures. However, we feel that the development of the theoretical method is rather brief, and we would be interested in clarifying several points that occurred to us while reading the paper.