Essential Knowledge Text No.14 Principles for computer analysis of structures

Author: I.A. MacLeod and A. Weir

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1 September 2016

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Essential Knowledge Text No.14 Principles for computer analysis of structures


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Essential Knowledge Text No.14 Principles for computer analysis of structures
Date published

1 September 2016

Author

I.A. MacLeod and A. Weir

Price

Standard: £15

Member (non-Student): £9.75

Member (Student/Graduate/Academic Community): Free

First published

1 September 2016

Buy Now
PDF
Author

I.A. MacLeod and A. Weir

A 'reflective approach' to the computer analysis of structures, ensuring that the analysis model is a valid representation of the real structure and that structural analysis has been carried out correctly. 

The Essential Knowledge Series is a core resource (primarily for structural engineering students but a useful refresher for more senior engineers) covering fundamental topics from structural materials to computer analysis. Student Members and members of the Institution's Academic Community can download the series for free at: www.istructe.org/essential-knowledge

 

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