The Analysis of Framed Structures-An Introduction to its Origins and Development

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The Analysis of Framed Structures-An Introduction to its Origins and Development

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The Analysis of Framed Structures-An Introduction to its Origins and Development
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An acquaintance with the history of structural analysis greatly enhances the value of a knowledge of structural theory. For the engineering student this is particularly so, with perhaps even greater emphasis in the case of the part-time student whose curriculum is often restricted to statements of basic principles and their applications without reference to origins. P. Carlson

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