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Handbook of structural steelwork - Eurocode edition (P201E)

This handbook gives a practical guide to the design of structural steel elements for buildings. It comprises three principal Sections: general guidance, general design data and design tables.
SKU: P201E

Generally the guidance is in accordance with BS EN 1993-1-1: 2005 Eurocode 3 : Design of steel structures - Part 1.1 : General rules and rules for buildings, its UK National Annex and other relevant Eurocodes. Worked examples are presented where appropriate. No attempt has been made to consider complete structures, and it is to be noted  therefore that certain important design matters are not dealt with - those for instance of overall stability, of interaction between components and of the overall analysis of a building.

Products specifications
Dimensions A5
Binding Paperback
Author BCSA and SCI
Publisher BCSA and SCI
Edition Year 2014
SCI Publication Ref P201E
ISBN (13 digit) 978-1-85073-065-1
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