Post-buckling strengh of wide-flange beams
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Post-buckling strengh of wide-flange beams by George Chao-chi Lee

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Published in [Bethlehem, Pa.] .
Written in English


  • Girders -- Testing,
  • Buckling (Mechanics)

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Edition Notes

SeriesFritz Laboratory reprint, no. 195
ContributionsGalambos, Theodore V,
LC ClassificationsTA660 B4 L4
The Physical Object
Number of Pages75
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17083480M

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