The volume integration method of structural analysis

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The volume integration method of structural analysis

The Structural Engineer
The volume integration method of structural analysis
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Ghose, Sushil

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Although the method of structural analysis to be described has been used for some time in Germany and in the USA, it is not widely known in Great Britain. It was therefore thought that students would appreciate an introduction to the subject, together with some worked examples. SUSHlL GHOSE

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