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This course introduces engineers to the conceptual design process for bridges. It covers two key areas; selecting a structural form to suit the constraints of a site and arranging materials and components to meet the demands of the structure in an elegant and logical way.
This two day course covers the design and analysis of steel bridges to Eurocodes. It uses worked examples, including steel bridge detailing and fabrication.
Bill Harvey marks the 2019 Rugby World Cup final by describing the structure of a scrum.
Michele W.T. Mak presents research on crack-based assessment of deterioration.
Guidance for bridge owners/operators, contractors, utility companies and structural designers considering the performance, function, serviceability and maintenance of new or replacement bridge access gantries.
Ian's lecture, "Going for Gold in a Changing World", discusses his career and priorities for structural engineers in the modern industry.
Mike's lecture, "Gesamtkunstwerk", was given during our 2015 Singapore International Conference.
David Knight has helped design amazing projects around the world, like the Philippine Arena in Manilla and the Greenwich Reach Swing Bridge in London. Here he gives five reasons why structural engineering makes a great career.
Peter Robinson has been a practising structural engineer since 2007. Here he discusses a project to build a 60 metre pedestrian footbridge over the Akanyaru River in Rwanda, providing a huge boost to local people.