Aimed primarily at students of structural theory and analysis at degree or Higher National Certificate/Diploma levels, this textbook explains the theory of structures and computer applications in this field. The text begins with an introduction to the basic principles of structural theory. Although the computer does not figure prominently at this stage, nevertheless the development of the material is carried out with computers in mind. The second part of the book contains a workshop, consisting of a systematic and progressive analysis of structures from an ordered catalogue. These structures have been chosen to illustrate and test principles and to encourage readers to adopt an exploratory approach. The computer programs which follow are presented in a simple form of BASIC and are annotated sufficiently to enable adaptation to different microcomputers. The text also contains specifications and listings of the programs.
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