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Stresses, Edgar Marburg. Framed structures and girders, theory and practice. Volume I. Stresses, part I. By Edgar Marburg Topics: Girders, Strains and stresses, Structural analysis (Engineering) Author: Edgar Marburg. Steel Building Design: Worked examples for students In accordance with Eurocodes and the UK National Annexes Book January withReads How we measure 'reads'.
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