Book review: Structural design against deflection

Author: Martin Williams

Date published

8 November 2021

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Book review: Structural design against deflection

The Structural Engineer
Author

Martin Williams

Date published

8 November 2021

Author

Martin Williams

Price

Free

Access Resource

Martin Williams is impressed by this engaging book, illustrated with a wealth of real-world examples, that will prove useful to young engineers at the start of their career in structural design and construction.

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

Tags

Structural analysis Bending Opinion Issue 11

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