Behavior of built-up cold-formed steel I-section wall studs
Behavior of built up cold formed steel I-section wall studs
"An experimental investigation was conducted to study the behavior of built-up cold-formed steel studs and to determine if the modified slenderness ratio in the AISI specification is valid for cold-formed steel members. The study focused on the capacities of built-up I-sections commonly found in the metal building industry and the light-steel framing industry.--Abstract, leaf ii.
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
M.S. in Civil Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
vii, 33 leaves
© 2004 Tyler Andrew Stone, All rights reserved.
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Building, Iron and steel
Strains and stresses
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Stone, Tyler A., "Behavior of built-up cold-formed steel I-section wall studs" (2004). Masters Theses. 2641.
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