Form and forces: Designing efficient, expressive structuresMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: 2010 John Wiley HobokenDescription: XIV, 620 s. : il. ; 22x29 cmISBN:
- 624.1771 ALL
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In Form and Forces, bestselling authors Edward Allen and Waclaw Zalewski offer a fresh, new approach to the study of structures for students and practitioners of architecture and structural engineering. Emphasizing graphics rather than mathematics and rote learning, Form and Forces teaches statics and strength of materials in the context of a set of projects that involve students in the entire process of designing elegant, long-span structures, from concept generation to detailing and planning for construction.
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