Tension structures: past, present and future
Date & Time

2 April 2020
18:00 for 18:30 start

Location

Holiday Inn Chester - South, Wrexham Road Chester, CH4 9DL
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Price

Free

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Tension structures: past, present and future

Lecture
Date & Time

2 April 2020
18:00 for 18:30 start

Location

Holiday Inn Chester - South, Wrexham Road Chester, CH4 9DL
View on Google Maps

Price

Free

Availability Places Available

An evening talk presented by Peter Debney, a Fellow of the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Traditional structures are linear, stiff, restricted, heavy and inefficient; lightweight structures, on the other hand - whether in fabric, cable, timber or stone - are non-linear, long-spanning, flexible, highly efficient and environmentally efficient. When form follows force as well as function, the result is a structure that soars.

Speaker

Peter Debney is a computer expert with over 30 years’ experience specialising in engineering computing applications, half of those in practice and the rest in engineering software, whether BIM, analysis or design.

Peter is an Application Specialist at Arup/Oasys and has been a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor at Bradford University.

Additional Attendee Information

Please register your interest with James Drew [email protected]

Hot buffet served from 18:00.

Free parking (number plate to be registered at the hotel reception).

 

Contact

Email - [email protected]

Name - James Drew

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