Composite structures according to Eurocode 4

Author: Dujmovic, Darko; Androic, Boris; Lukacevic, Ivan

Date published

20 January 2015

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Composite structures according to Eurocode 4

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Composite structures according to Eurocode 4
Date published

20 January 2015

Author

Dujmovic, Darko; Androic, Boris; Lukacevic, Ivan

Price

Free to members

Author

Dujmovic, Darko; Androic, Boris; Lukacevic, Ivan

This book presents a large number of numerical examples with detailed explanations of the provisions of Eurocode 4. It deals with the most common structural components in building construction: beams, columns and slabs.

Furthermore, comprehensive chapters provide insight into the topics of creep and shrinkage, as well as fatigue.

This book enables the reader to efficiently perform analyses of composite structures. It is a valuable reference book for professionals as well as an outstanding means for students to become familiar with the Eurocode 4.

Additional information

Format:
eBook
ISBN:
9783433604915
Pages:
926
Publisher:
Wilhelm Ernst & Sohn Verlag fur Architektur und Technische

Tags

Composite Beam Column E-book Library

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