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By David J. Peery, Jamal J. Azar
Nonetheless correct a long time after its preliminary book, this legendary reference textual content on plane tension research is considered the simplest publication at the subject. It emphasizes simple structural conception, which is still unchanged with the advance of recent fabrics and building equipment, and the applying of straightforward rules of mechanics to research of plane constructions. 1950 variation.
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