Correspondence on Local Web Buckling in Tapered Composite Beams by Professor P.C.G. da Vellasco and
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Correspondence on Local Web Buckling in Tapered Composite Beams by Professor P.C.G. da Vellasco and

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Correspondence on Local Web Buckling in Tapered Composite Beams by Professor P.C.G. da Vellasco and
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Mr A.C. G. Hayward (F) (Cass Hayward & Partners) The paper demonstrates that, at a 1:10 change in direction of a bottom flange in a tapered beam, stiffeners may not be necessary, provided the web is not too slender ...

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