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  • Superstructure - Wikipedia

    A superstructure is an upward extension of an existing structure above a baseline. This term is applied to various kinds of physical structures such as buildings ...

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  • Base and superstructure - Wikipedia

    Early sociologist Max Weber prefers a form of structuralism over a base and superstructure model of society in which he proposes that the base and superstructure are ...

  • Superstructure | Define Superstructure at

    Superstructure definition, the part of a building or construction entirely above its foundation or basement. See more.

  • Superstructures | Structural Engineering & Design

    Superstructure Design. The design of the structural elements above ground. We design all types of building structures in all standard materials - steel, timber ...

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    Structural Engineering Society New Zealand. Pages; Blog; Page tree. Browse pages. Configure Space tools. Attachments (0) ... Superstructures. Skip to end of metadata.

  • Superstructures | The Economist

    Engineering: Adding sensors and other devices to bridges, tunnels and buildings can turn them into “smart structures” capable of sensing and, in some ...

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