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    Long-Span Structures

    The David S. Ingalls ice hockey rink (1959) at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut by Eero Saarinen. architect and Fred Severud, structural engineer, combines compressive form-active arches and a tensile form-active cable network.
    Photo: Courtesy Architectural Press

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