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APA Engineered Wood Handbook

APA Engineered Wood Handbook

APA Engineered Wood Handbook
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APA Engineered Wood Handbook

by Williamson, Thomas G. (editor)

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New York: McGraw Hill, 2002. Bright, shiny, clean, square, tight, and unmarked. No owner's name or bookplate. No remainder mark. No underlining. No highlighting. No margin notes. Pages are fresh and crisp. Well illustrated with figures and line drawings. Index. Bound in the original, glossy pictorial laminated boards. Sharp corners. From the rear cover: "The Engineered-Wood Design and Construction Guide. This unique handbook shows you what you can do with glued engineered wood composites in both residential and nonresidential building construction applications -- products that not only perform better than traditional solid wood products, but also reduce the pressure on available wood fiber resources. The APA ENGINEERED WOOD HANDBOOK provides standards and guidelines for getting the most from some of the most exciting wood based materials available in construction today. Let This Book Help You: Cut building costs and improve building performance by using glued wood composites featuring enhanced performance characteristics; Gain a better understanding and discover new applications for plywood, oriented strand board (OSB), prefabricated wood I-joists, laminated veneer lumber (LVL), glued laminated timber (glulam), and other related glued wood products; Get the latest design recommendations for shear walls and diaphragms; Find up-to-date information on mechanical connections; Obtain industry recommendations for fire and acoustic design solutions and treatments and finishes for engineered wood composites; Learn about new technologies on the horizon." First printing, with complete number row (1234567890) on copyright page. . First Printing of the First Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Fine condition./No Dust Jacket, as issued.. Pages numbered by chapters (but 450-550 pages).


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APA Engineered Wood Handbook
Williamson, Thomas G. (editor)
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No Dust Jacket, as issued.
First Printing of the First Edition.
McGraw Hill
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New York
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Pages numbered by chapters (but 450-550 pages)

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