The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 23/24 > Testing Steel Frames at Full Scale: Appraisal of Results and Implications for Design
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Testing Steel Frames at Full Scale: Appraisal of Results and Implications for Design

A companion paper reports on the testing of a series of five two-bay X three-storey plane frames at full scale. Different forms of beam-to-column joint were employed, the principal objective being to study the influence of connection properties on deflections, distribution of internal forces and eventual failure of the frames. D.B. Moore and Professor D.A. Nethercot