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Details of Welded Connections. Theory of Elastic Stability. Connections subject to static, cyclic and seismic loading are reviewed. I would encourage anyone to get this book if they are curious about the strength and design of welded structures. Two application-focused design seminars are offered. Visit our Help Pages. Most 10 Related.
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Get to Know Us. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Design of Welded Structures Miller is a recognized authority on the design of welded connections. Attendees typically include structural engineers and others associated with welded structures, such as fabricators, erectors and inspectors.
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