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This annotated collection of slides, each with a brief description, shows a variety of tension structures, mostly bridges but also multi-story buildings.  One section is devoted to earthquake engineering, and it includes numerous examples of structural damage from earthquakes, along with descriptions and photographs.
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Restriction: © 2005 1998-2005 the Regents of the University of California
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Keywords: Compression, Tension, architecture, bridge, cable, engineer, structural engineering, suspension, tension structures
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Record Updated: May 08, 2008 by Ed Lee
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(Physics Department - University of California, Berkeley , Berkeley, 2005), WWW Document, (http://nisee.berkeley.edu/godden/godden_c.html).
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Structural Engineering Slide Library: Cable and Suspension Structures, (Physics Department - University of California, Berkeley , Berkeley, 2005), <http://nisee.berkeley.edu/godden/godden_c.html>.
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Structural Engineering Slide Library: Cable and Suspension Structures. (2005). Retrieved October 22, 2014, from Physics Department - University of California, Berkeley : http://nisee.berkeley.edu/godden/godden_c.html
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Physics Department - University of California, Berkeley . Structural Engineering Slide Library: Cable and Suspension Structures. Berkeley: Physics Department - University of California, Berkeley , 2005. http://nisee.berkeley.edu/godden/godden_c.html (accessed 22 October 2014).
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Structural Engineering Slide Library: Cable and Suspension Structures. Berkeley: Physics Department - University of California, Berkeley , 2005. 22 Oct. 2014 <http://nisee.berkeley.edu/godden/godden_c.html>.
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