Travelling Waves and Standing Waves on Fabric Structures

Author: Williams, C J K

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Travelling Waves and Standing Waves on Fabric Structures


The Structural Engineer
Travelling Waves and Standing Waves on Fabric Structures
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Williams, C J K

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Williams, C J K

The classical theory of travelling and standing waves is applied to the case of wind blowing across a fabric structure. Results are obtained which are of practical importance for the design of fabric structures. C.J.K. Williams

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