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### ASI Design Guide 2 Welding

Course: ENG 2356, Spring 2012
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Welding DG2 Cover Final (4mm) 17/1/08 11:28 AM Page 1 Connection Design Guide 2 Design Guide 2: Welding in Structural Steel Connections Level 13, 99 Mount Street, North Sydney. NSW 2060. Phone 9931 6666. Email enquiries@steel.org.au Website: www.steel.org.au Licensed to University of Sydney Civ Eng on 20 Oct 2008. 1 user personal user licence only. Storage, distribution or use on network prohibited....

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