The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 10 > Discussion on A New Industry Standard for Moment Connections in Steelwork by Mr. D.G. Brown, Mr. S.M
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Discussion on A New Industry Standard for Moment Connections in Steelwork by Mr. D.G. Brown, Mr. S.M.C. Fewster, Mr. A.F. Hughes and Dr. G.W. Owens

Mr R. Stainsby (F) My part in the new industry standard for moment connections was in some technical editing and typesetting, and I do thank the authors for the nice things they say about me. I would like to discuss fully welded beam-to-column connections which form Section 4 of the book. Welding on site is a viable alternative to bolted construction and, if properly organised, can be done in an economic way; I would like to see fully welded connections more in use for frames.