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Building: 3,000 Years Of Design, Engineering And Construction Download Pdf ((EXCLUSIVE))

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The Index has 17,500 entries, though there is no index to the abstract. The table of contents is useful, as, given the number of entries, it provides a good overview of the books contents. For each of the topics addressed, there is a list of major publications, a list of online sources, and a list of primary literature. The reference section provides references of everything but authors who have been indexed. A major strength of this book is the presentation and the scope of the illustrations. Each illustration presents a whole explanation of the topic of which it is an example. Of the many original illustrations, many are excellent and many other are very good. There are many helpful photographs and some of them are excellent, but there are also some that are confusing, and some that even appear to have been made from 3D models by others. At the end, every sketch that is included in the book is given a page number in the References and is accompanied by a short caption. In the case of the illustrations, such captiones are essential.

The final part of this book is an excellent set of appendices. These cover the history of the development of the principles of strength of materials and of the introduction of strength as a key parameter, of a number of exceptional buildings, and the engineering of the Sydney Opera House.

To demonstrate the creative potential of making pre-existing products in a new way, two examples from the 1950s are used here. The first of these is the De Havilland DH 108 Aircraft which was built in Japan. It was the first commercially designed and built aircraft to be constructed entirely from reinforced concrete. The use of concrete, which is extremely good at resisting earthquakes, was a revolutionary material at the time. Another example is the 'Up' building, designed and built by Hugh and Janet Jacobsen in the early 1960s. It is a high-rise building with a useable area of over 9,000 m2 (101,000 sq ft). It is the only building that has been registered by the Estonian state with the internationally recognised World Heritage designation. It is the only tall building ever to be designed and constructed in Estonia. 3d9ccd7d82


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