Economy of High Strength Steel Structural Members

by G. Haaijer,

Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1961, Vol. 87, Issue 8, Pg. 1-24

Document Type: Journal Paper


Several types of structural members are analyzed to determine how higher strength steels can be used to their greatest advantage; influence of yield stress, modulus of elasticity, and price on optimum proportioning of structural members; it is demonstrated that through optimum design, application of higher strength steels can lead to significant material-cost savings for lighter weight structures.

Subject Headings: High-strength steel | Strength of materials | Structural steel | Steel structures | Structural strength | Elastic analysis | Stress analysis | Yield stress

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