By J. Paul Guyer

This booklet presents introductory technical tips for civil engineers and different expert engineers and building managers attracted to forces that ice imposes on buildings. here's what is mentioned: 1. creation, 2. MECHANICAL homes OF ICE, three. ENVIRONMENTAL FORCES, four. FORCES restricted by way of ICE FAILURE, five. FORCES restricted via THE MOMENTUM OF AN ICE characteristic, 6. CANADIAN AND AMERICAN CODES, 7. VERTICAL ICE FORCES

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