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Designing post tensioned adaptable frames for free-form buildings (cd-rom). / Kamerling, MW.

Shell and spatial structures from modes to realization. ed. / R Motro. Montpellier, France : s.n., 2004. p. #1-#7.

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Harvard

Kamerling, MW 2004, Designing post tensioned adaptable frames for free-form buildings (cd-rom). in R Motro (ed.), Shell and spatial structures from modes to realization. s.n., Montpellier, France, pp. #1-#7, International symposium "Shell and spatial structures from modes to realization", 20/09/04.

APA

Kamerling, MW. (2004). Designing post tensioned adaptable frames for free-form buildings (cd-rom). In R. Motro (Ed.), Shell and spatial structures from modes to realization (pp. #1-#7). Montpellier, France: s.n..

Vancouver

Kamerling MW. Designing post tensioned adaptable frames for free-form buildings (cd-rom). In Motro R, editor, Shell and spatial structures from modes to realization. Montpellier, France: s.n. 2004. p. #1-#7

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Kamerling, MW. / Designing post tensioned adaptable frames for free-form buildings (cd-rom). Shell and spatial structures from modes to realization. editor / R Motro. Montpellier, France : s.n., 2004. pp. #1-#7

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