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This book offers single-volume coverage of all major topics in structural analysis and design. Focusing on how structures really work, the text discusses concepts from both engineering and architectural perspectives, exploring structural behavior, structural analysis and design within a building context.
The book helps students make a stronger connection between structural analysis and design concepts and their application to the real world of building structures. It is suitable for courses in Structures or Structural Analysis and Design.
New to this Edition
Expanded! Load and resistant factor design approaches are now explained more in depth, and have been included in the coverage of detailed design approaches for steel and timber beams and columns.
Expanded and Updated! The coverage of structural system design has been expanded and revised.
Streamlined! All construction and system integration topics have been consolidated.
New! The impact of structural system choices on architectural space and form has been illustrated through many axonometric and perspective views inspired in part by Heino Engels illustration concepts.
New! A number of new examples of actual building structures will enable students to make a better connection between the theory of structures and its actual application to design