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Structural Elements for Architects and Builders from Elsevier

Structural Elements for Architects and Builders from Elsevier

Structural Elements for Architects and Builders covers the design of columns, beams, and tension elements in wood, steel and reinforced concrete.

Chapter 1 Statics
Tributary areas
Equilibrium
Internal forces and moments
Ch.1 is a concise introduction to (or review of) statics.

Chapter 2 Loads
Dead loads
Live loads
Environmental loads

Chapter 3 Material Properties
Wood
Steel
Reinforced concrete

Chapter 4 Sectional Properties
Wood
Steel
Reinforced concrete

Chapter 5 Design Approaches
Allowable stress design
Strength design

Chapter 6 Tension Elements
Wood
Steel
Reinforced concrete

Chapter 7 Columns
Wood
Steel
Reinforced concrete

Chapter 8 Beams
Wood
Steel
Reinforced concrete

Chapter 9 Connections
Nails
Bolts
Welds

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