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Topic: Sample Workbooks - Suggested sources to get a newbie going?
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debguy

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Re: Sample Workbooks - Suggested sources to get a newbie going?
Posted: Apr 11, 2013 4:10 AM
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http://www.wolfram.com/webresources.html
-> http://www.library.wolfram.com
-> http://www.library.wolfram.com
has beam stress examples. I'm unsure if any Mathematica books are on
that subject I think there is at least one.

I think some continuum mathematics for buildings (ref www.wikipedia.com)
is done by specialized software (ie, what various colleges post as
req. software for architect engineers) bothe here and over-seas; or is
proprietary to major building companies. interesting you say that.




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