Tornado Aftermath: Questioning the Tools (Available Structural Engineering Special Issue Only)
In May 1997, several tornadoes hit central Texas. The strongest of these killed 27 people and destroyed about 40 single-family houses on the outskirts of Jarrell, north of Austin. A post-storm...

Wood Structures Tour

Inclined Elevators of Nishinomiya Najio New Town

Domesticating Steel
Residential contractors, nervous about fluctuations in lumber prices and quality, would welcome steel framing into the housing market if the necessary infrastructure were in place. Despite...

The Storm over Sturm: A Case Study in Multijurisdictional Stormwater Management, Lake County, Illinois

Federal Triangle Finale
At 3.1 million sq ft, the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center is the second largest U.S. federal building ever constructed; only the Pentagon is larger. After more than...

A Study on Time-Space Occupancy Exposure Volume Index for the Residential Streets Interacted by Vehicular and Pedestrian Traffic Streams

The Car as a Wind Shelter for Mobile Home Residents

Structural Damage due to Hurricane Marilyn in St. Thomas and Culebra

On Housing Administration and Legislation of Egypt

An Analysis of Damage from Hurricane Andrew; A Dissenting View

An Expert System for Wind-Resistant Residential Construction

Structural Evaluation of Existing Buildings for Seismic and Wind Loads

An Assessment of Wind Damage to Wood-Frame Houses

Wind Hazards for Low-Rise Structures and Single Family Dwellings: A Possible Mitigation

Use of Genetic Algorithms for the Automated Design of Residential Steel Roof Trusses

Property Rights Issues Raised by Recreational and Residential Uses Near Water Resource Projects

Vibration of Steel Framed Residential Floor Systems: Preliminary Guidelines

Investigation of Uplift Capacity of Light-Frame Construction Subject to Wind Loads

Seismic Risk Assessment for Residential and Commericial Buildings in San Francisco

 

 

 

 

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