Structural Engineering: Art and Approximation (book review)

Author: N. Eckford

Date published

1st April 2015

First published: 1st April 2015

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Structural Engineering: Art and Approximation (book review)

The Structural Engineer
Structural Engineering: Art and Approximation (book review)
Date published

1st April 2015

First published

1st April 2015

Author

N. Eckford

Price

Free

Access Resource

Students and graduate engineers will find this book a useful resource to help them understand structural mechanics and solve design problems using hand calculations, says Nick Eckford.

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

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Opinion Issue 4

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