Structure for Architects: A Case Study in Steel, Wood, and Reinforced Concrete Design, (PDF) is a comply with-as much as the authors’ first textbook, Structure for Architects: A Primer, highlighting the conceptual understanding of structural design in easy phrases and language. This ebook focuses on structural rules utilized to the design of typical structural members— a girder, a beam, and a column—in a diagrammatic body constructing. By the applying of a single Case Study throughout three key supplies, the ebook illustrates the rules, principle, and strategy of the structural design. The Case Study advances step-by-step for every materials, from figuring out tributary areas and masses by a member’s choice and design.
The ebook addresses the frequent disparity between the way in which architects and engineers understand and course of data, with engineers emphasizing on technical points and architects specializing in visible ideas. The ebook presents readers with an understanding of primary engineering rules by a uniquely thematic Case Study. Emphasizing on the conceptual understanding of structural design, this ebook shall be of curiosity to structure professionals and college students seeking to perceive the applying of structural rules in relation to wooden, metal, and concrete design.
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