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Some Structures Involving Unusual Design Problems

It must be true to say that every trade and profession offers some advantages and disadvantages to its nembers, but undoubtedly one of the attractions of structural engineering is the immense degree of variety that arises in its work and problems. Clifford E. Saunders

Author(s): Saunders, Clifford E

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