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Influence of shear lag on ultimate tensile capacity of angles and tees Journal article
Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 2013,Volume: 84,Page: 49-61
Authors:  Fang C.;  Lam A.C.C.;  Yam M.C.H.
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Effective Area  Reliability Analysis  Shear Lag  Tension Member  Welded Connection  
The shear lag effects on welded steel single angle tension members Journal article
Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 2009,Volume: 65,Issue: 5,Page: 1171-1186
Authors:  H.T. Zhu;  Michael C.H. Yam;  Angus C.C. Lam;  V.P. Iu
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Angles  Design  Experiments  Shear Lag  Tension Member  Welded Connections  
An investigation of the block shear strength of coped beams with a welded clip angle connection - Part I: Experimental study Journal article
Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 2007,Volume: 63,Issue: 1,Page: 96-115
Authors:  Michael C.H. Yam;  Y.C. Zhong;  Angus C.C. Lam;  V.P. Iu
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Block Shear Tests  Coped Beams  Local Web Buckling  Tension Fracture  Welded Clip Angles