Great book! This should be required reading for all structural engineers.Published 1 month ago by Mark Yerges
This is a really fun book. I've been reading it out loud to my nine-year-old.Published 2 months ago by Alexander R. Pruss
I have not read this book, but since my grandson who is studying to be a structural engineer requested it and the book "Why Buildings Stand Up: The Strength of Architecture, I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Connie
Fascinating case studies of dramatic failures in structural engineering. The type of book that can be enjoyed one chapter at at time by folks who don't have a degree in structural... Read morePublished 6 months ago by frzstat
Easy to read. Not too technical, but still interesting for engineers.
You are able to pick up the book at any section at start reading.
I found this to be a most interesting book, which was well researched and full of information and detail that is not usually available through the general public media.Published 11 months ago by Edward L. Hodder
It was written by a distinguished professor and a practicing engineer, which provides very interesting cases, explained in a language to be understood by non technical persons.Published 12 months ago by A. Herrera