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Wind Loading on Buildings by  Angus J MacDonald - Hardcover - Edition not stated, No previous printings noted - from West of Eden Books (SKU: 9394)

Wind Loading on Buildings

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Wind Loading on Buildings

by MacDonald, Angus J

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Barking Essex UK, Applied Science Publishers, 1975, hardcover, ix-219 pp, edition not stated, no previous printings noted, Very Good in Very Good dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean former library copy, free front endpaper removed, stamps to front and rear pages and text block edge, none affecting text, red dot to top of text block edge, author's name underlined on title page. Dustjacket, slight edge nicks, light age-toning to spine, no library markings, in new Brodart sleeve. A general text dealing with two main aspects of the problem; the quasi-static effect of wind on stiff buildings, and the dynamic effect of wind on slender structures. Profusely illustrated throughout with 30 tables and 116 illustrations in the form of drawn figures, graphs, maps, and equations.


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Wind Loading on Buildings
MacDonald, Angus J
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Edition not stated, No previous printings noted
Aerodynamics; Buildings; Construction; General; Structural dynamics; Technology & Engineering; Wind-pressure

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West of Eden Books is a home-based bookseller selling exclusively on-line since October 2003. We specialize in Out-Of-Print and Collectible Books with interests ranging from the Fine and Performing Arts to Science, Sports and Modern Literature. We are in daily contact with top booksellers worldwide and are happy to provide free referrals on request. Most of our listed books are first edition, first printings, carefully researched through our own reference materials and many other available sources. Most books are in Very Good to Fine condition with any flaws carefully noted. All hardcover books with dustjackets will receive a new archival quality Brodart dustjacket sleeve prior to shipping. Customer service and satisfaction is of primary importance to us at West of Eden Books. Our feedback from customers has been overwhelmingly positive. We pride ourselves in this and pledge to address any issue with any of our products or services to your satisfaction. Digital images available on request.


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