Design of efficient steel trusses to resist progressive collapse

Author: Nada Elkady, Yasser Eljajeh, Kevin Gilsenan and Levingshan Augusthus Nelson

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14 November 2022

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Design of efficient steel trusses to resist progressive collapse

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Nada Elkady, Yasser Eljajeh, Kevin Gilsenan and Levingshan Augusthus Nelson
Date published
14 November 2022
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Standard: £9
Members/subscribers: Free
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Nada Elkady, Yasser Eljajeh, Kevin Gilsenan and Levingshan Augusthus Nelson

Date published

14 November 2022

Author

Nada Elkady, Yasser Eljajeh, Kevin Gilsenan and Levingshan Augusthus Nelson

Price

Standard: £9
Members/subscribers: Free

This research-based article discusses the design of a steel transfer truss resistant to progressive collapse as part of the Viadux II project in Manchester, UK.

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Nada Elkady and colleagues describe their research-based work to design a steel transfer truss resistant to progressive collapse. The project won the Institution’s Research into Practice case study competition in 2022.

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4
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Research & Innovation Metal - steel Robustness Stability Feature Issue 11

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