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Coulson, Jim

Wood in Construction

How to Avoid Costly Mistakes

Wood in Construction - How to Avoid Costly Mistakes focuses on the basic principles and appropriate use of wood in construction and illustrates how to avoid or minimise problems, to ensure that wood performs as expected when used in a construction application. Based on the author's extensive experience of manufacturing processes and practical applications in the timber, construction, joinery, shop-fitting and furniture industries, Wood in Construction provides a guide to using wood in building in the real world. It describes the main causes of difficulty when using wood, and shows how to avoid or minimize problems, reducing the difficulties for the architect, engineer or specifier, builder and building owner.

March 2012
220 pages, Softcover.
Language of Publication: English

ISBN: 978-0-470-65777-5

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Structural Concrete 

Publisher:
fib - International Federation for Structural Concrete

4 issues per year.

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ISSN 1464-4177
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Structural Concrete, the official journal of the fib, provides conceptual and procedural guidance in the field of concrete construction. More...

 
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Herausgeber: Ernst & Sohn
Robustness and Safety of Concrete Structures 

Order-No.: 509308 01/08
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The special issue consists of papers from the 5th International Probabilistic Workshop 2007 in Ghent dealing with tunnel safety, robustness, monitoring, safety concepts, safety factors for nonlinear computation, conformity control of concrete, equity, economical and subjective elements of safety assessments. More...

 
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