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Steel-Concrete Structures for Multistorey Buildings (Developments in Civil Engineering, V. 35.) by Juraj Kozak

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Steel-Concrete Structures for Multistorey Buildings (Developments in Civil Engineering, V. 35.)
Author: Juraj Kozak
eBook Title: Steel-Concrete Structures for Multistorey Buildings (Developments in Civil Engineering, V. 35.)
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 535
Formats: PDF, FB2, EPUB, DJVU
ISBN: 044441715X
ISBN13: 978-0444417152
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (June 1, 1991)
Language: English
Subcategory: Engineering
The construction of buildings shows a clear tendency towards an increased number of storeys and, in accordance with the function of the structure, to the utilization of more flexible layouts. A typical feature of modern building is a high degree of prefabrication which contributes to the economic acceptability of such structures. In this publication the author discusses buildings in which height dominates over other dimensions. A comprehensive approach is adopted in examining the problems the design engineer is confronted with in order to achieve realistic and optimal design solutions. Special attention is given to steel structures and their combination with reinforced concrete. Throughout the book emphasis is placed on the fact that load-carrying members are parts of the whole building. The procedures observed discuss first of all the higher systems and then continue down to lower systems, parts and elements. The analysis is carried out from the viewpoint of the whole building with its components, functions, architecture and structures down to load-carrying structures and static substructures in horizontal and vertical directions and their elements. This work gives an added dimension to meeting the needs of designers of load-carrying structures by also incorporating the viewpoints of its related disciplines.

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