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Wind effects on buildings and structures proceedings of a conference held at the National Physical Laboratory,Teddington, Middlesex, on 26th, 27th and 28th June, 1963. by National Physical Laboratory (Great Britain)

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SeriesSymposia -- no.16.
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Pagination2vols
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Open LibraryOL14114672M

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