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Chapter 37. A capacity approach to the design of buildings to resist terrorist attack

Chapter 37. A capacity approach to the design of buildings to resist terrorist attack
Chapter 37. A capacity approach to the design of buildings to resist terrorist attack
9780415366090
333-340
Taylor & Francis
Byfield, M.P.
35515781-c39d-4fe0-86c8-608c87287964
Koukkari, Heli
Braganvba, Luis
Trumpf, Heiko
de Matteis, Gianfranco
Mazzolani, Federico
Schaur, Christian
Jaspart, Jean-Pierre
Huber, Gerald
Byfield, M.P.
35515781-c39d-4fe0-86c8-608c87287964
Koukkari, Heli
Braganvba, Luis
Trumpf, Heiko
de Matteis, Gianfranco
Mazzolani, Federico
Schaur, Christian
Jaspart, Jean-Pierre
Huber, Gerald

Byfield, M.P. (2005) Chapter 37. A capacity approach to the design of buildings to resist terrorist attack. Koukkari, Heli, Braganvba, Luis, Trumpf, Heiko, de Matteis, Gianfranco, Mazzolani, Federico, Schaur, Christian, Jaspart, Jean-Pierre and Huber, Gerald (eds.) In Improvement of Buildings' Structural Quality by New Technologies. Proceedings of the Final Conference of COST Action C12, 20-22 January 2005, Innsbruck, Austria. Taylor & Francis. pp. 333-340 . (doi:10.1201/9780203970843.sec6).

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Published date: 2005

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/53583
ISBN: 9780415366090
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