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Better Construction Through the Potential of Timber I-Beams

Quality manufactured timber I-beams (also known as ‘I-joists’) have been frequently and successfuily in use in Scandinavia and North America for more than two decades. D.B. Turnbull, M.W. Miller and C.J. Mettem

Author(s): Turnbull, D B;Milner, M W;Mettem, C J

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