Properties of Steel and Concrete and the Behavior of Structures

by G. Winter,

Serial Information: Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1961, Vol. 126, Issue 2, Pg. 1054-1082

Document Type: Journal Paper


Review of basic features of new findings on materials performance and structural behavior; findings relate not only to plastic or inelastic materials properties, but also to brittle fracture, fatigue, residual stresses, creep, strength under combined stress, actual vs specified strength, etc; features are presented in relation to overall performance of structures of civil engineering type.

Subject Headings: Structural behavior | Steel structures | Concrete | Material properties | Concrete structures | Construction materials | Residual stress | Residual strength

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