Architecture Exam Review: Structural topics

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Professional Publications, 1995 - Architects - 264 pages
Volume I: Structural Topics is a comprehensive review of all structural portions of the ARE, including structural systems, building loads, wood and steel construction, soil and foundations, lateral forces, and long-span structures. Clear explanations of terms, procedures, and theories, illustrated with more than 200 figures and tables, reinforce the review. This volume also includes an introduction to the exam and the grading process, and 160 practice questions with solutions.

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Contents

STRUCTURAL FUNDAMENTALS
3-1
1 Types of Forces
3-2
9 Resultant of Colinear Forces
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