Modern Construction Handbook: Augmented Reality
Owing to regular revision, the Modern Construction Handbook has become a classic in advanced building construction literature, not least because of its clear structure covering the chapters "Material", "Wall", "Roof", "Structure", "Environment", and "Applications".
For the fifth edition, a large part of the 3D presentations has been redrawn, all six chapters have been revised and updated.
New standards have been established for this handbook, which is a basic resource for many architectural study courses, by adding more component details, new examples with a focus on sustainability and energy consumption, and a major update on finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
By Andrew Watts
Paperback, 503 pages
8 x 1.5 x 11.2 inches
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