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Re: seaoc Digest for 20 Oct 1997 -Reply

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the web site for tm 5-809-10 is the following

http://mr2.wes.army.mil/docs/etl/tm580910/tm_cont.htm

Simon

At 03:00 PM 10/21/97 -0600, you wrote:
>NAVFAC refers to the Naval Facilities technical manuals.  The Tri-Services
manuals are a
>number of manuals that apply to the Army, Navy and Air Force.  The
Tri-Services Manual
>"Seismic Design For Buildings" is designated as Army TM 5-809-10, Navy
NAVFAC P-355,
>and Air Force AFM 88-3, Chap 13.  The Tri-Services manuals can be obtained by
>contacting the Government Printing Office.  I don't have their phone
number and I am not
>aware of a web site.  You might also be able to order copies through the
Army Corps of
>Engineers.
>
>Brian Kehoe
>BEK(--nospam--at)WJE.COM
>
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>From: James_F_Fulton(--nospam--at)rohmhaas.com (James F Fulton)
>To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org
>Subject: Re[2]: Seismic and Wind Zone Maps
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>     What is the Tri-service Manual and how does it relate to NAVFAC ? How 
>     to order the Manual (is there a web site)? Thanks
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