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Andreas Kahlow

The following bibliography contains all publications indexed in this database that are linked with this name as either author, editor or any other kind of contributor.

  1. Kahlow, Andreas (2017): Das Pumpwerk für die Fontänen von Sanssouci. Bundesingenieurkammer, Berlin (Germany), ISBN 978-3-941867-30-7.
  2. Kahlow, Andreas (2012): Theory and Practice in Timber Construction 1800-1830. Presented at: Fourth International Congress on Construction History, Paris, 3-7 July 2012.
  3. Kahlow, Andreas (2015): Bützow's Wrought Iron Lattice Truss Bridge Across The Nebel River, 1848: Design, History, And Reconstruction. Presented at: Fifth International Construction History Congress, Chicago, 06/2015.
  4. Kahlow, Andreas (2009): Different Manners of Constructing in Different Contexts. Roebling's Niagara Bridge and Gerber's Cantilever Beam. Presented at: Third International Congress on Construction History, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus, Germany , 20th-24th May 2009.
  5. Kahlow, Andreas / Kurrer, Karl-Eugen (1993): Kontroverse, Kommunikation und Theorie in den technischen Wissenschaften. In: Bautechnik, v. 70, n. 3 (March 1993).
  6. Kahlow, Andreas (2006): Johann August Röbling (1806-1869). Early Projects in Context. Presented at: Second International Congress on Construction History, Queens' College, Cambridge University; 29/03-02/04/2006.
  7. Falter, Holger / Kahlow, Andreas / Kurrer, Karl-Eugen (2001): Vom geometrischen Denken zum statisch-konstruktiven Ansatz im Brückenentwurf. In: Bautechnik, v. 78, n. 12 (December 2001).


  8. Kahlow, Andreas (2003): Bridge building and Industrial Revolution. Presented at: First International Congress on Construction History, Madrid, 20-24.01.2003.
  9. Kahlow, Andreas / Kurrer, Karl-Eugen / Falter, Holger (2001): Bridge construction. From geometric towards the static construction approach in bridge design. Presented at: ARCH'01. 3ème conférence sur les ponts en arc.
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