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Definition of Steelwork
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Steelwork
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1. Bulletin by Federal Board for Vocational Education, United States (1917)
"Lesson 6. Stop leaks in water jackets by shrinking bands on the part. Also by use of split collars drawn together with bolts. UNIT B-3.—steelwork. ..."
2. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1906)
"The specifications and accompanying plans are intended to cover all the structural steelwork in the building and pertaining thereto, and to provide for a ..."
3. The Theory and Design of Structures: A Text-book for the Use of Students by Ewart Sigmund Andrews (1908)
"DESIGN OF steelwork FOR BUILDINGS, &c. Introductory.—In recent years the increase in the sizes and weights carried by buildings has led to the adoption of a ..."
4. The Theory and Design of Structures: A Text-book for the Use of Students by Ewart Sigmund Andrews (1908)
"DESIGN OF steelwork FOR ... buildings of the magnitude of the American ones, steelwork now bears a very important part in buildings of appreciable size. ..."
5. Annual Report of the Isthmian Canal Commission by Isthmian Canal Commission (U.S.), United States President (1901-1909 : Roosevelt), Canal Zone Governor (1912)
"FIXED steelwork. The erection of fixed steel during the year has included the placing of reaction castings^ material in Stoney gate valves, material in gate ..."
6. Notes on Construction in Mild Steel: Arranged for the Use of Junior by Henry Fidler (1907)
"... of cylinders —Flange joints—Cap—Make-up lengths—Lowermost rings of cylinders— Cutting edge—Further adaptations of steelwork in marine engineering works ..."
7. Notes on Construction in Mild Steel: Arranged for the Use of Junior by Henry Fidler (1907)
"... lengths—Lowermost rings of cylinders-- Cutting edge—Further adaptations of steelwork in marine engineering works —Tie-rods to wharf walls—Accessories to ..."