Thin shell concrete structures by David P. Billington

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Published by MacGraw-Hill in New York, London .

Written in English

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  • Thin-walled structures.,
  • Roofs, Shell.

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StatementDavid P.Billington.
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Paginationvi, 332p. :
Number of Pages332
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Open LibraryOL19035681M

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Farshad. Contents:1 What is concrete thin shell structure?2 Types and Forms of Shell Structure3 1. Folded Plates Prismatic folded plates Non-prismatic folded plates Faceted folded plates 4 2.

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Christiansen made significant contributions to modernist architecture in the Pacific Northwest. An exhibition of Christiansen’s work, co-sponsored by Docomomo US/WEWA, will be on view at the University of Washington.

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Rooted in Nature: Aesthetics, Geometry and Structure in the Shells of Heinz Isler Eduardo Torroja y Miret was a Spanish engineer and pioneer of reinforced concrete thin shell construction. His Torroja’s concern for the elegance of his structures is demonstrated by a chapter devoted to ‘The Beauty of Structures’ in his book Cited by: 3.

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However, their construction has seen a sharp decline since their golden era, between the s and early s, with the possible exception of air-inflated domes.

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