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terrence turner wrote:
> Hi,
>         My question deals with the following;  what is the definitive reinforced
> concrete design reference book?  I have been searching for Park and
> Paulay's Reinforced Concrete Structures but I have found that it is out of
> print.  Are there any other reference books that cover design as well as
> Park and Paulay's?  Also another consideration since I am in Canada is that
> it covers LFRD and makes some effort in providing metric conversions.
> thanks in advance
> Jon Turner
> I think it would be fun if we had a list of all the definitive reference
> books for structural engineering...steel, masonry, seismic, foundations, etc.
Look for "Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Buildings"
by Thomas Paulay (one of authors that wrote the book you mention) and
Nigel Priestley.  This book was published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Mario A. Tioli. SE.
San Jose, Costa Rica.