The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 13 > Correspondence on Fabrication of Steel Bridge Girders with Corrugated Webs by Professor R.P. Johnson
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Correspondence on Fabrication of Steel Bridge Girders with Corrugated Webs by Professor R.P. Johnson and Dr. J. Cafolla

Mr J.E.M. Jubb (M) Traditionally, the plate girder is made with a flat web which is easy to cut accurately and handle. Fast, modern technology has simplified this process, allowing excellent fit-up between web and flange. The aim is to achieve lmm maximum lack of fit, or an increase in fillet weld size is necessary to compensate the gap.