2 edition of Experimental building science found in the catalog.
Experimental building science
J. Leask Manson
|Statement||by J. Leask Manson.|
|LC Classifications||TG260 .M183 1940|
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Experimental Building Science [J. Leask Manson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First published inas the second edition of a original, this book forms the first Experimental building science book two volumes on the subject of experimental building science.
The text presents an introduction to scientific methods as applied in building : J. Leask. Manson. First published inthis book forms the second of two volumes on the subject of experimental building science.
The text presents an introduction to mechanics and its application in the design and erection of buildings. This forms a development of the introduction to scientific methods as applied in building science presented in volume : J.
Leask Manson. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages. Experimental Research. not only to facilitate replication of social scientific research but also to encourage laboratory experimentation for building social scientific knowledge. View chapter Purchase book.
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Graphic Assembly unearths the role played by montage and collage in the development of architectural culture over the past century, revealing their unexamined yet crucial significance.
Craig Buckley brings together experimental architectural practices based in London, Paris, Vienna, and Florence, showing how breakthroughs in optical media and printing technologies enabled avant-garde.
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This book explores how the concept or urban experimentation is being used to reshape practices of knowledge production in urban debates about resilience, climate change governance, and socio-technical transitions.
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Adolfo Estalella is an anthropologist affiliated to the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) in Madrid. His research focuses on the emergence of epistemic cultures in the : Provides thorough coverage of all the experimental designs that are used in the behavioral and social sciences, making this a must-have, one-stop reference book Includes up-to-date coverage of 16 multiple comparison procedures together with recommendations for the use of each procedure.