eBook Environmental Deterioration of Materials (Advances in Architecture) download
by A. Moncmanova
Author: A. Moncmanova
Publisher: WIT Press / Computational Mechanics (January 13, 2007)
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It will also be a useful tool for managers from various sectors of industry, for auditors of environmental management systems, and it can be used as a complementary course book for university students.
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Environmental Deterioration of Materials. The text of the chapters of this book were set individually by the authors and under their supervision. WIT Press publishes leading books in Science and Technology. The field of architecture has experienced considerable advances in the last few years, many of them connected with new methods and processes, the development of faster and better computer systems and a new interest in our architectural heritage. It is to bring such advances to the attention of the international community that this book series has been established.
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