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The Effect of Web Holes on the Behaviour and Ultimate Shearing Strrength of Timber I-Beams with Hardboard Webs

Studies of deformation patterns and the distribution of diagonal tension strains in the webs of beams with no service holes have enabled the optimum position for such holes to be identified. B.O. Hilson and P.D. Rodd