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On the construction of wrought iron lattice girders
Journal of the Franklin Institute
Continued from page 21.) IN the examples given of the flanges of double lattice girders, the connecting medium between the tension and compression bars composing the web, and the plates which are a portion of the flanges, has been supposed to consist of two pairs of angle-irons, riveted longitudinally to the plates throughout the whole length of the girder. In some instances tee-irons are employed as the means of attachment, each pair of longitudinal angle-irons being replaced by one tee-lron.doi:10.1016/0016-0032(64)90399-0 fatcat:pn6i56prpzdq5b4qohqjtqj224