Fundamentals of Structural Analysis

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Wiley, Feb 7, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 600 pages
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Fundamentals of Structural Analysis, Second Edition offers a comprehensive and well-integrated presentation of the foundational principles of structural analysis. It presents a rigorous treatment of the underlying theory and a broad spectrum of example problems to illustrate practical applications. The book is richly illustrated with a balance between realistic representations of actual structures and the idealized sketches customarily used in engineering practice. There is a large selection of problems that can be assigned by the instructor that range in difficulty from simple to challenging.

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Louis F. Geschwindner, PhD, PE, is Vice President of Engineering and Research at the American Institute of Steel Construction and Professor Emeritus of Architectural Engineering at Pennsylvania State University.

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