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Design of multi-storey braced frames (P334)

This publication provides guidance on the design of the superstructure of steel-framed multi-storey braced frame buildings. (Published 2004)
SKU: P334
£35.00

This publication provides guidance on the design of the superstructure of steel-framed multi-storey braced frame buildings. Guidance is given in relation to stability and robustness checks in BS 5950-1. Common floor systems are described and general advice is given about building layout and service integration.

Products specifications
Author D.G.Brown, C.M. King, J.W. Rackham, A. Way
ISBN 1859421512
Publisher SCI
Edition Year 2004
SCI Ref Code P334
Binding Paperback
Dimensions A4
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