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DESIGN LOADSDesign CriteriaClassification of BuildingsBuilding CodesStandard Unit LoadsTributary AreaWorking Stress Design, Strength Design, and Unified Design of StructuresElastic and Plastic DesignsElastic Moment CapacityPlastic Moment CapacityThe Combination of LoadsProblemsPrimary Loads: Dead Loads and Live LoadsDead LoadsLive LoadsFloor Live LoadsBasic Design Live Load, LoEffective Area Reduction FactorOther Provisions for Floor Live LoadsRoof Live Loads, LrTributary Area Reduction Factor, R1Slope Reduction FactorProblemsSnow LoadsIntroductionBalanced Snow LoadImportance FactorThermal Fac. Read more... Abstract: Timber, steel, and reinforced concrete are common engineering materials used for designing and constructing structures. This book presents the elemental designs of individual components of each material, coupled with the theory of structures essential for design. Read more...
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