Book review: Historic construction and conservation: Materials, systems and damage

Author: Charles Blackett-Ord

Date published

16 November 2020

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Book review: Historic construction and conservation: Materials, systems and damage

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Book review: Historic construction and conservation: Materials, systems and damage
Date published

16 November 2020

Author

Charles Blackett-Ord

Price

Free

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Author

Charles Blackett-Ord

Charles Blackett-Ord finds this book to be of use to two audiences: the first half is essential reading for engineers with an interest in conservation, while the second half will be of more benefit to students.

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

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Conservation & Restoration Opinion Issue 11

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