Structural Engineering – A Very Short Introduction (book review) (FREE ACCESS)

Author: T. Ji (University of Manchester)

Date published

1 December 2015

Price
Free
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Structural Engineering – A Very Short Introduction (book review) (FREE ACCESS)

Structural Engineering – A Very Short Introduction (book review) (FREE ACCESS)
The Structural Engineer
Author

T. Ji (University of Manchester)

Date published

1 December 2015

Author

T. Ji (University of Manchester)

Price

Free

Tianjian Ji welcomes this short introduction to structural engineering, which goes some way to addressing the lack of books on engineering for the general reader

Additional information

Format:
PDF
Pages:
1
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Issue 12

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