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November 2012


Articles

Power Up
By James L. Ryan, P.E., and Richard N. Smith
Modular framing options are providing power plants with opportunities the become more structurally efficient.


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A (Reading) Room with a View
By Patty Johnson
A steel-framed dome crowns the newly expanded San Diego Central Library and gives visitors something to look at besides the books.


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Above Water
By Jedd W. Heap, AIA, LEED AP, and Karl Hees, P.E.
Structural steel and wood join forces in a new Florida swimming pool facility.


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Down but not Out
By Terrence Tiberio and Jason Stith
A Kentucky bridge makes a quick comeback after a ship takes out one of its spans.


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No Buckling Under Pressure
By Kimberley S. Robinson, S.E., Ryan A. Kersting, S.E., and Brandt Saxey, S.E.
A unified design approach to buckling-restrained braced frame design.


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Industry Insight
By Geoff Weisenberger and Victoria Cservenyak
Thousands get an inside look at the structural steel industry on the fourth annual SteelDay.


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Does this Beam Make My Building Look Too Heavy?
By Carlo Lini
An extra pair of trained eyes can often spot opportunities for improvement in a structural framing layout.


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Taking a Dip
By Philip G. Rahrig and Thomas J. Langill
Hot-dip galvanizing experts answer questions about the zinc-rich protective coating system.


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Good Conversation
By Anne Scarlett
Tips and techniques toward becoming a better conversationalist.


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Smooth Ride
Biking and business development keep a Colorado fabricator rolling along.


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