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The Design of Steel Structures

The Department of Scientific and Industrial Research has, it is announced, completed arrangements for an important investigation into the application of modern theory of structures to the design of steel structures. The investigation is to extend over several years. Its objective is to secure, if possible, scientific results which may justify a more economical use of steel in building construction.

Keywords: steel;design;research