Book review: Cross-laminated timber: Design and performance

Author: P. Walker

Date published

1st June 2018

First published: 1st June 2018

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Book review: Cross-laminated timber: Design and performance

The Structural Engineer
Book review: Cross-laminated timber: Design and performance
Date published

1st June 2018

First published

1st June 2018

Author

P. Walker

Price

Free

Access Resource

Pete Walker welcomes this new introduction to CLT construction for designers, although notes that structural engineers may be disappointed by the lack of detailed design guidance.

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PDF
Pages:
1
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Issue 6

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