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The Strength of Compression Members


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The Strength of Compression Members
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Andrews, Ewart S

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Andrews, Ewart S

WHEN I was first asked to read a paper this session, I set about trying to find a subject upon which not much had been published widely; I have finished by choosing the subject which has probably been more fully discussed than any other within the range of structural engineering. Ewart S. Andrews

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