Handbook of Structural Engineering

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CRC Press, Oct 24, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 1600 pages
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Covering the broad spectrum of modern structural engineering topics, the Handbook of Structural Engineering is a complete, single-volume reference. It includes the theoretical, practical, and computing aspects of the field, providing practicing engineers, consultants, students, and other interested individuals with a reliable, easy-to-use source of information. Divided into three sections, the handbook covers:
 

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Contents

Basic Theory of Plates and Elastic Stability
1-1
Structural Analysis
2-1
Structural Steel Design
3-1
Structural Concrete Design
4-1
Earthquake Engineering
5-1
Composite Construction
6-1
Special Structures
6-117
ColdFormed Steel Structures
7-1
PerformanceBased Seismic Design Criteria For Bridges
16-1
Effective Length Factors of Compression Members
17-1
Stub Girder Floor Systems
18-1
Plate and Box Girders
19-1
Steel Bridge Construction
20-1
Basic Principles of Shock Loading
21-1
Welded Connections
22-1
Composite Connections
23-1

Aluminum Structures
8-1
Timber Structures
9-1
Bridge Structures
10-1
Shell Structures
11-1
Multistory Frame Structures
12-1
Space Frame Structures
13-1
Cooling Tower Structures
14-1
Transmission Structures
15-1
Special Topics
15-33
Fatigue and Fracture
24-1
Underground Pipe
25-1
Structural Reliability
26-1
Passive Energy Dissipation and Active Control
27-1
An Innnovative Design For Steel Frame Using Advanced Analysis
28-1
Welded Tubular ConnectionsCHS Trusses
29-1
Index
1-1
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