High Elastic Limit Structural Steels

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High Elastic Limit Structural Steels

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High Elastic Limit Structural Steels
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Jones, J A

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Jones, J A

With the increasing demand for higher tensile properties in modern structures, considerable development has occurred in recent years in structural steels and sections for which mild steel was at one time exclusively employed. The history of this advancement and the consequent modifications in specifications, as applied to steels for shipbuilding, have been fully dealt with by Sir W. Berry.

J.A. Jones

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