Book review: Structural design for physical security

Author: Andrew Morrison and Giles Prosser

Date published

4 January 2022

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Book review: Structural design for physical security

Book review: Structural design for physical security
The Structural Engineer
Author

Andrew Morrison and Giles Prosser

Date published

4 January 2022

Author

Andrew Morrison and Giles Prosser

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This accessible book on physical security will be useful to both engineers new to the subject and those more experienced seeking a reference document, say Andrew Morrison and Giles Prosser.

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