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Over Water Construction Using Falsework with Binder

Over Water Construction Using Falsework with Binder

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Published by Trafford Publishing .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages506
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11713075M
ISBN 101412042267
ISBN 109781412042260

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This book is suitable for a binder. The book is written about how present-day marine falsework evolved during the year career in which Harold V. Anderson participated in the design and installation work for wharves, piers, breakwaters, bridges and other marine structures for : Harold V.

Anderson. This book is suitable for a binder. All requirements to complete a falsework design for over-water construction is included in this book. All, including some bad decisions which resulted in falsework failures, are desrcibed for the reader's benefit.

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Anderson. All requirements to complete a falsework design for over-water construction is included in this book. All, including some bad decisions which resulted in falsework failures, are desrcibed for the reader's benefit.

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