Why Buildings Fall Down : Why Structures Fail

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Author : Mario Salvadori , Matthys Levy , Illustrated by Kevin Woest
Publisher : WW Norton & Co
Isbn 10 : 039331152X
Isbn 13 : 9780393311525

Detail : The stories that conjure Why Buildings settle area unit within the finish terribly human ones, tales of the interaction of individuals and nature, of architects, engineers, builders, materials, and natural forces all coming back along in generally dramatic (and perpetually instructive) ways in which.

Why Buildings Fall Down : How Structures Fail

Architecture

Author - Matthys Levy
Publisher - W. W. Norton & Company
Pages - 346
ISBN - 9780393311525


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Detail - Takes readers on a journey through the history of architectural and structural disasters, from the Parthenon to the Tower of Pisa to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge

Why Buildings Fall Down : How Structures Fail

Author - Matthys Levy
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 334
ISBN -


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Collapse : When Buildings Fall Down

Technology & Engineering

Author - Phillip Wearne
Publisher - TV Books Incorporated
Pages - 255
ISBN -


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Detail - Examines first-hand accounts, architectual designs, causes, and follow-up investigations by forensic engineers into such structual collapses as the Hyatt Regency, Point Pleasant Bridge, and Vaiont Dam.

Why Buildings Fall Down : How Structures Fail

Author - Matthys Levy
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 334
ISBN -


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Why Buildings Fall Down : How Structures Fail

Author - Matthys Levy
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 334
ISBN -


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Why Buildings Stand Up : The Strength of Architecture

Architecture

Author - Mario Salvadori
Publisher - W. W. Norton & Company
Pages - 323
ISBN - 9780393306767


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Detail - Traces the development of architectural structure, ranging from the nomad's simple tent to the Sears Tower

Building Failures : Diagnosis and avoidance

Architecture

Author - W.H. Ransom
Publisher - Routledge
Pages - 192
ISBN - 1135920796


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Detail - In recent years building failures and the resulting lawsuits and awards for damages have frequently been in the news. The biggest headlines may have been reserved for structural failures and complete collapses, but we should not forget the less newsworthy failures such as leaky roofs, damp walls, dropped foundations and rotted timber. This book gives practical guidance on the prevention of failure by describing the nature and cause of the most common defects in buildings, and then shows how they should be avoided in design and construction.

Engineering Mechanics for Structures :

Technology & Engineering

Author - Louis L. Bucciarelli
Publisher - Courier Dover Publications
Pages - 306
ISBN - 0486468550


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Detail - Explores the mechanics of solids and statics as well as the strength of materials and elasticity theory. Features design exercises that encourage creative initiative and systems thinking.

The Art of Construction : Projects and Principles for Beginning Engineers and Architects

Architecture

Author - Mario Salvadori
Publisher - Chicago Review Press
Pages - 160
ISBN - 1569766762


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Detail - Explains how tents, houses, stadiums, and bridges are built, and how to build models of such structures using materials found around the home.

Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders :

Architecture

Author - James Ambrose
Publisher - John Wiley & Sons
Pages - 736
ISBN - 9780470913390


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Detail - The classic reference for structural design and construction—completely revised and updated Approaching its eighth decade as the industry leader, Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders remains the reference of choice for designers and constructors. This new Eleventh Edition is thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the latest practices in the design of structures. Long considered a standard in the field, this perennial bestseller provides a clear, accessible presentation of the engineering information that is essential for architects and builders. Offering a concise, highly readable introduction to the investigation and design of ordinary structures for buildings—including information on structural analysis, materials, and systems—this thoroughly updated Eleventh Edition includes: The latest building and material codes A fresh look at the LRFD method as well as the ASD method of structural design A revised section on the principles of structural mechanics for the latest generation of designers and builders Essential formulas for the solution of structural problems More than 200 descriptive illustrations A companion Web site that now provides access to the Study Guide to Accompany Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders An unparalleled resource for students and professionals in architecture, construction, and civil engineering, Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, Eleventh Edition boils structural engineering down to its essentials and provides the simple design solutions that are used for the vast majority of buildings.

Design and Construction Failures : Lessons from Forensic Investigations

Author - Kaminetzky D
Publisher - Galgotia Publications
Pages - 600
ISBN - 9788175153653


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Beyond Failure : Forensic Case Studies for Civil Engineers

Technology & Engineering

Author - Norbert J. Delatte
Publisher - Amer Society of Civil Engineers
Pages - 407
ISBN - 9780784409732


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Detail - Norbert Delatte presents the circumstances of important failures that have had far-reaching impacts on civil engineering practice, organized around topics in the engineering curriculum.

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