Some Moot Points in Steelwork Design

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Some Moot Points in Steelwork Design


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Some Moot Points in Steelwork Design
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Gray, Charles S

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Gray, Charles S

There is persistent agitation for increased stresses and reduced loadings upon steelwork, and in the author's opinion any such steps must necessarily be accompanied by improvements in design or the standard of work will suffer. Charles S. Gray

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