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Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions
Seventeenth and eighteenth century architecture in Scotland has not been sufficiently researched, despite its importance in both quality and quantity. Most scholars tend to investigate the external architectural composition of these buildings rather than their overall constructional configuration. In particular, timber roof structures are very rarely considered even though the integrity of the overall building depends largely on them. This lack of knowledge hinders good conservation practice.doi:10.1201/9781315616995-116 fatcat:svlh4hzouvcejfhq2xwpapnzmm