December 1986
Art Bulletin;Dec1986, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p673
Academic Journal
Comments on the structure of the Roman Pantheon in Italy. Versatility of the finite-element technique of structural modeling and numerical-computer analysis; Description of the tensile strength of good Roman concrete; Causes of the type of cracking observed in the pantheon.


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