STRUCTURAL THEORY


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STRUCTURAL THEORY
Structural Theory Application to Model Structure to Predict Its Behavior Akbar Tamboli, Mohsin Ahmed, Michael Xing Thornton-Tomasetti Engineers Newark, New Jersey Structure design is the application of structural theory to ensure that buildings and other structures are built to support all loads and resist all constraining forces that may be reasonably expected to be imposed on them during their expected service life, without hazard to occupants or users and preferably without dangerous deformations, excessive sidesway (drift), or annoying vibrations. In addition, gooddesign…
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Jonathan T. Ricketts; M. Kent Loftin; Frederick S. Merritt: Standard Handbook for Civil Engineers. STRUCTURAL THEORY, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2004 1996 1983 1976 1968), AccessEngineering Export