The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 66 (1988) > Issues > Issue 19 > Structural Steelwork: a Flexible Approach to the Design of Joints in Simple Construction
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Structural Steelwork: a Flexible Approach to the Design of Joints in Simple Construction

Simple connections form a major part of many steel framed building structures. This paper reviews a fabrication company’s current design philosophy with regard to a number of the more commonly used connections. Elements of the design procedure outside the scope of present publications are identified and the important factors discussed. A.H. Pillinger