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Design manual for wooden structures. Section 4: Forces acting on the structures


, : Design manual for wooden structures. Section 4: Forces acting on the structures. Manual para diseno de estructuras de madera Seccion 4: Acciones: ix + 43 pp

Details are given of the calculation of various forces acting on wooden structures, viz. continuous (dead loads), variable (changing loads), and accidental (e.g. earthquakes, wind, etc.).

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