Physical models: Their historical and current use in civil and building engineering design

Author: John Lyness

Date published

1 February 2022

Price
Free
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Physical models: Their historical and current use in civil and building engineering design

Physical models: Their historical and current use in civil and building engineering design
The Structural Engineer
Author

John Lyness

Date published

1 February 2022

Author

John Lyness

Price

Free

John Lyness recommends this book to all of those who are interested in the development of structural forms, those developing physical models, and those structural analysts making physical model comparisons with CAD output.

Additional information

Format:
PDF
Pages:
1
Publisher:
Institution of Structural Engineers

Tags

Physical Modelling Structural Behaviour Conceptual Design Opinion Issue 2

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