Structural Engineering in the Gas Industry

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Structural Engineering in the Gas Industry


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Structural Engineering in the Gas Industry
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Garrett, W R

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Garrett, W R

Before dealing with the main substance of this subject there are certain factors which should be appreciated in order to obtain a true picture of the many variables which confront the structural engineer in work associated with the gas industry. W.R. Garrett

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