Engineering Structures: Developments in the Twentieth Century : a Collection of Essays to Mark the Eightieth Birthday of Sir Alfred Pugsley, FRS FEng
Philip S. Bulson, John Bernard Caldwell, R. T. Severn
University of Bristol Press, Jan 1, 1983 - Civil engineering - 401 pages
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