Portland State University. Department of Engineering and Applied Science
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Master of Science (M.S.) in Applied Science
Bolted joints, Tubular steel structures
1 online resource (2, 52 pages)
The search for new and additional sources of energy -- from sun, wind, waves, and ocean currents -- is necessitating the development of structures in the open environment of the oceans as well as on land. The advantages of round or tubular members for use in such structures are shown; and to avoid the uncertainties of welded joints, two bolted connections are proposed and their feasibility explored.
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Tausch, John Henry, "Assessment of Feasibility of Proposed Bolted Connections for Tubular Structures" (1977). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2610.