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- From: "Garner, Robert" <rgarner(--nospam--at)moffattnichol.com>
- Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 06:59:19 -0700
Umm, I have a '68 Ford 302 V8 w/ auto transmission. Anyone interested?
From: Nels Roselund
The books are promised. I’m sorry I don’t have more for all who expressed interest – maybe after the next Code cycle.
This turned out to be a quick solution to a little crisis – I got the idea, and the books were spoken for before the day was over, with interest expressed by several others. Perhaps others on the list would find this to be a good way to reduce clutter while being helpful to others on the list.
As I’m updating my Codes and references, I’m short on bookshelf space.
Is anyone in the
ASTM Standards Referenced in the 2000 IBC
1996 ACI Manual of Concrete Practice, 5 volumes – it’s old, but it is still a very helpful reference if you don’t have a newer edition; it takes up about 11” of shelf, and I hope to pass it on
A few other books may be available for sale by negotiation – low price -- providing that the above items must be part of the deal:
Structural Engineering Handbook by Gaylord and Gaylord
Fundamentals of High Performance Concrete 2nd Edition by Nawy
Two books on each topic: shell structures and cable structures
If interested, contact me privately by email.
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