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Pre-order available. This new guidance provides helpful information for practicing structural engineers at all career stages.
Pre-order available. A comprehensive introduction to the design of primary building structures during fire, for all principal structural materials.
The series covers the core principles of structural design, analysis and mechanics.
A two-volume package comprising:
Practical guide to structural robustness and disproportionate collapse in buildings
Manual for the systematic risk assessment of high-risk structures against disproportionate collapse
A three-volume package comprising:
Stability of buildings Parts 1 and 2: General philosophy and framed bracing
Stability of buildings Parts 3: Shear walls
Stability of buildings Parts 4: Moment frames
This text details the subject knowledge required of all structural engineers to enable them to carry out the design of simple foundations, slopes and ground improvement that do not require specialist advice.
This text provides a summary of the ground engineering knowledge required of all structural engineers. Owing to the wide-ranging nature of the subject, only core concepts are introduced, supported by the most important theoretical background.
This text presents the 'reflective approach' to the computer analysis of structures, to ensure that the analysis model is a valid representation of the real structure and that the structural analysis has been carried out correctly.
This is an introduction to the understanding of structural behaviour - applied to two-dimensional, mainly redundant frames. It demonstrates a qualitative approach, with an emphasis on a diagrammatic solution consisting of the detected shape, reactions and bending moment diagrams. A clear convention is established for the axes and diagrams, which is key to understanding structural behaviour.