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Dear Sirs,
Do you have publications about designing stressed skin structures ? Few
weeks ago I sent e-mail to your organization asking about using the above
mentioned techniques, unfortunately, no response and no reply even a line.
Could you advise me ? Thank you
Regards,

Daniel Indrawan

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: From: LGSEA(--nospam--at)aol.com
: To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
: Subject: (no subject)
: Date: 11 Juni 1999 19:24
: 
: SEMINAR ON DESIGNING COLD-FORMED STEEL
: 
: The Light Gauge Steel Engineers Association (LGSEA) and the American Iron
and 
: Steel Institute (AISI) present a continuing educational program offering
an 
: industry-approved approach to using the 1996 AISI Specification for 
: Cold-Formed Steel.  
: CONTENT    The seminar explains the fundamental behavior of cold-formed
steel 
: structural members, design requirements, and applications, including:  
: Tension Members, Elements and Behavior, Members in Bending, Columns and 
: Beam-Colums, Member Bracing, Connections and Joints, Testing for Special 
: Cases, and Light Gauge Steel Framing.
: 
: WHEN			July 9					July 12		
: 			July 14
: WHERE		Marriott LAX			Hotel Sofitel			
: 	Hampton Inn, So. 
: 				Los Angeles, CA		Redwood City, CA	
: 	Tukwila, WA
: COST			$200					$225		
: 			$200
: LGSEA Members:  $175				$200				
: 	$175
: Students:		$  75					$  80		
: 			$  75
: 
: CONTENT    The seminar explains the fundamental behavior of cold-formed
steel 
: structural members, design reruiemtns, and applications, including: 
Tension 
: Members, Elements and Behavior, Members in Bending, Columns and
Beam-Colums, 
: Member Bracing, Connections and Joints, Testing for Special Cases, and
Light 
: Gauge Steel Framing.
: CERTIFICATES   Attendees will be awarded 0.6 Continuing Education Units
for 
: the seminar.
: INSTRUCTORS  Dr. Roger LaBoube, Dr. Reinhold Schuster
: REGISTER/More information:  Call (615) 279-9251, (615) 223-1767
: 
: Registration Deadline:  July 5, 1999
: