Wind engineering

1stIAWE European and African Regional Conference : proceedings of the conference Wind engineering organized by the International Association for Wind Engineering and held in Guernsey on 20-24 September 1993 by IAWE European and African Regional Conference (1st 1993 Guernsey, Channel Islands)

Publisher: Thomas Telford in London

Written in English
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Statementedited by N. J. Cook.
ContributionsCook, N. J., International Association for Wind Engineering.
The Physical Object
Pagination533p.
Number of Pages533
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22270488M
ISBN 100727719726

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