Engineering iron and stone

Author: Boothby, Thomas E.

Date published

1 April 2015

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Free to Members
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Engineering iron and stone

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Engineering iron and stone
Date published

1 April 2015

Author

Boothby, Thomas E.

Price

Free to Members

Author

Boothby, Thomas E.

A comprehensive explanation of the empirical, graphical, and analytical design techniques used during the late 19th century in the construction of buildings and bridges in wood, stone, brick, and iron.

Including specific examples of these analysis and design methods applied to arches, girders, trusses, beams, and columns. The numerous calculations, drawings, and photographs, both historic and contemporary, illustrate the application of these techniques to a wide range of structures.

Additional information

Format:
eBook
ISBN:
9780784478943
Pages:
246
Publisher:
ASCE

Tags

Historic Materials History Masonry - stone E-book Library

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