Examples in structural analysis

Author: McKenzie, William M. C.

Date published

20 December 2013

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Examples in structural analysis

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Author
McKenzie, William M. C.
Date published
20 December 2013
Price
Free to members
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Author

McKenzie, William M. C.

Date published

20 December 2013

Author

McKenzie, William M. C.

Price

Free to members

This second edition uses a step-by-step approach and provides an extensive collection of fully worked and graded examples for a wide variety of structural analysis problems.

It presents detailed information on the methods of solutions to problems and the results obtained. 

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Format:
eBook
ISBN:
9781466595279
Pages:
832
Publisher:
CRC Press LLC

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Structural Design E-book Library

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