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An older publication - but still applicable.

Light and Heavy Industrial Buildings by James Fisher and Donald Buetner,
published by the AISC
1979

Neil Moore, S.E.
neil moore and associates
shingle springs, california


At 02:14 PM 7/17/2001 -0500, Juan José Treff De la MoraxhIE1vcmE= wrote:
>Dear Colleagues,
>I would like to know if there's a reference similar to what could be called 
>"Crane Design for Dummies".
>
>I am looking for a handbook or manual on cranes for industrial buildings. 
>Subjects mainly needed are bridge beams, runway beams, columns, bracings, 
>brackets, load considerations, load combinations, etc. Crane information is 
>not relevant because it is all supplied by the supplier or manufacturer. I 
>would like a reference that focuses on the structure that supports them.
>
>THX,
>
>JJ



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