So, after a summer of sitting around with Raymers aircraft design, and largely verifying what others had worked out by trial and error (at its heart it is a known and proven conventional design) I have a design on paper and mostly in CAD I'd like to start turning into a buildable aircraft. Plan has been to build mostly using rutan moldless method. Not the blasphemous melding of methods it currently uses. Curious if anyone has run across a book that walks through the engineering in a step by step manner? Break the engineering down into manageable chunks that a wrench bender like me can understand? Something like Raymers where I can sit with the book, notebook and calculator and have my hand held working through the calculations one by one, coming out with a general idea of a workable layup schedule I can have some faith in. I've read the stickies, I have the basic knowledge and maybe the math skills... But that step by step doesn't seem to be written anywhere.