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Requirements for the use of notch tough steels in engineering and structural specifications

Great Britain. Advisory Committee on Structural Steel. Working Group on Specifications of Steels for Structural Applications.

Requirements for the use of notch tough steels in engineering and structural specifications

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Statementfirst report of the Working Group on "Specifications of Steels for Structural Applications" to the Navy Department Advisory Committee on Structural Steel.
SeriesReport / Great Britain. Advisory Committee on Structural Steel -- no.P.7
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Open LibraryOL14309439M

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Charpy V notch test results in the transition temperature range. ASTM STP(), 2 Barsom, J. M., Development of the AASHTO fractu-re-toughness requirements for bridge steels.

Engineering Fracture Mechanics 7, (), 3 Marandet, B. Author: B. Strnadel, K. Matocha. The purpose of the research presented in this Requirements for the use of notch tough steels in engineering and structural specifications book is to reexamine the current Charpy V-notch (CVN) requirements for steel bridges in the United States using state-of-the-art applied fracture mechanics analysis.

Proposed revisions to. This work consists of furnishing, fabricating, erecting, and painting structural steel in accordance with these specifications and to the dimensions, shapes, and design shown on the plans, and to the lines and grades established.

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