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Richard Scott
2001 / Soft Cover / Digital

Richard Scott provides the first comprehensive treatment of the changes that the 1940 collapse of the frist  Tacoma Narrows Bridge has imposed on the design of suspension bridges.

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Edited by Reidar Bjorhovde; Michael F. Engestrom; Larry G. Griffis; Larry A. Kloiber; James O. Malley
2001
This report describes the properties of steel and the criteria used to select appropriate steels to serve the intended needs.
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Edited by Kevin L. Rens, P.E.; Oswald Rendon-Herrero; Paul A. Bosela
2000
This collection contains papers presented at the second Forensic Congress, held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 21-23, 2000.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 / Digital
Standard ASCE/SEI 30-00 provides a guideline and methodology for assessing the condition and performance of existing building envelope systems and components
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE/SEI 11-99 establishes guidelines for assessing the structural condition of existing buildings constructed of various combinations of materials.
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Task Committee on Structural Design for Physical Security
1999
This report provides guidance to structural engineers in the design of civil structures to resist the effects of terrorist bombings.
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Edited by David H. Nicastro, P.E.
1997 / Soft Cover / Digital
David Nicastro examines various types of failure mechanisms, including their causes and identifying characteristics, and provides a comprehensive collection of case histories.
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Edited by Kevin L. Rens
1997
This collection contains 44 papers presented at the first Forensic Engineering Congress, held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 5-8, 1997.
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Eve E. Hinman, P.E.; David J. Hammond
1997 / Soft Cover / Digital
Hinman and Hammond document the 1995 bombing of the Murrah Federal Office Building in Oklahoma City from the structural engineer's perspective, covering the weapon used, the specific damage sustained, and vulnerabilities inherent in the building's design.
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Richard L. Handy, Ph.D.
1995 / Soft Cover / Digital
Richard Handy uses his years of professional engineering experience, his knowledge of geology, and his sense of humor to provide a light-hearted look at soil problems that confound buyers and owners of homes.
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