2 edition of Modern steel constrution in Europe. found in the catalog.
Modern steel constrution in Europe.
|Contributions||Ettinger, Jan van, 1902-,|
|LC Classifications||TA684 B67|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||279|
introduction to the design of steel and composite railway bridges, with particular reference to design in accordance with BS Design of steel concrete and composite bridges. The publication has been prepared by Mr D C Iles (The Steel Construction Institute). The alternatives include steel, modular, structural panels, and concrete. Here’s how each compares to the traditional wood-framing method of construction outlined above: Light-Gauge Steel. Think of a stick-built home, but with the sticks made of metal. The advantage, of course, is that steel won’t burn, shrink, rot, or provide food for.
The father of modern steelmaking was a Briton named Henry Bessemer, who in announced a description of the process, which bears his name, which would eventually produce steel more cheaply and more importantly in larger quantities. Bessemer’s invention reduced the price of steel from 70 pounds to 10 pounds per ton. The next step in the development of modern architecture was the shift from iron-frame to steel-frame construction. Steel-frame architecture emerged in Chicago, among a circle of architects known as the Chicago school, which flourished ca. G,4.
The growth of railroads during the 19th century in both Europe and America put enormous pressure on the iron industry, which still struggled with inefficient production processes. Steel was still unproven as a structural metal and production of the product was slow and costly. The book begins with an introductory chapter describing the basic properties of building materials. Further chapters cover the basic properties of building materials, air hardening cement materials, cement, concrete, building mortar, wall and roof materials, construction steel, wood, waterproof materials, building plastics, heat-insulating.
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Get this from a library. Modern steel construction in Europe. [Jan van Ettinger; Bouwcentrum (Rotterdam, Netherlands)]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bouwcentrum (Rotterdam, Netherlands). Modern steel construction in Europe. Amsterdam, New York, Elsevier Pub.
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Perhaps the first book on this topic in more than 50 years, Design of Modern Steel Railway Bridges focuses not only on new steel superstructures but also outlines principles and methods that are useful for the maintenance and rehabilitation of existing steel railway bridges.
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Iron in all its forms (cast iron, steel and rolled metal) is the most used construction material in the modern global economy. It retains the leading place in construction ahead of wood, competing with cement and interacting with it (ferroconcrete), and still competing with new types of constructional materials (polimers, ceramics).
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