Non-linear analysis of reinforced concrete slabs and shells
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Non-linear analysis of reinforced concrete slabs and shells report to National Science Foundation. by Cheng-Shung Lin

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Published by University of California, Distributed by: National Technical Information Service in Berkeley [Calif.], Springfield, VA .
Written in English

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SeriesReports -- UC SESM 73-7
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Open LibraryOL13794502M

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