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Structural Analysis of Conoidal Shells

Internationally conoidal reinforced concrete shell roofs have been used attractively. They can of course also be made, and sometimes are made, from laminated timber, glass reinforced plastics (glass fibre), aluminium, steel, etc. C.B. Wilby and M.M. Naqvi

Author(s): Wilby, C B;Naqvi, M M

Keywords: analysis;thin shells;conoidal;reinforced concrete;design