Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat: Cities in the Third Millennium

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Subject Index

a
aboriginal settlements 93
absenteeism 589 , 590
acceleration estimates 641
adaptability 160 , 165 , 292
affordable housing 373
air changes 415 , 592 , 594
airports 13-14
amenities 257 , 298
anchorage 465
arcade 208
architects 327
architectural expression 413 , 438
architectural history 343
architectural interpretations 491
architectural modernism 67
architectural trends 391
architecture 337 , 338 , 346 , 350 , 353 , 478 , 482
Art Deco 348
articulation 432
atrium 194 , 407 , 411 , 434
Australian sustainability 88-94
automated construction, standards 507
automation 138
automobiles 90
autonomous rover technologies 503
axial force 463
axis 193-195 , 197 , 199 , 256 , 283 , 284 , 414 , 456 , 468

b
backcasting 550
basement 398 , 399 , 421 , 450 , 452 , 457
bearing wall 711
bending stress 393
bombing 171
brick 151 , 167 , 197
brittle fracture 711
buckling 462
building attributes 631
building code 169 , 517 , 625 , 626 , 664 , 666 , 674 , 721
building design 476
building footprint 395 , 466
building parts 630
building performance matrix 629
building regulations 204
building response 611 , 613 , 642
building shape 488
building sway 401
buttress 146

c
call allocation principles 571
CAM 705
campanile 197
cantilever 458 , 459 , 491 , 682 , 685
ceilings 335
central business district 205
certification 524
channel rail link 45
children 166 , 176 , 189 , 216 , 234 , 366 , 372
cities, modernization 537
city link 36
city size 97 , 101
clients 225 , 310 , 426 , 430 , 441 , 515 , 588 , 667
climate change 531
climate protection 543
code developers 627
column capital 382
communal learning 506
communication industry 354
communication protocols 501
community development 127 , 128 , 295
complaints 177 , 237 , 239 , 244 , 248 , 677
components 508
composite buildings 484
composite system 397
compressive strength 668
computer technology 363
computers 495
concentrically braced frames 710
conceptual issues 362
concrete 483
concrete building tallest 719
concrete core 722

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