Author: Alastair Low-Macrae
1 February 2022
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With the introduction of cognitive machines, the cybernetic processes that define structural engineering as a discipline are facing rapid change. However, by looking objectively at design as a cybernetic process, we can better understand the risks and rewards and find an optimum way for humans and machines to work in partnership, argues Paul Mullett.
Editor-in-Chief, Leroy Gardner, has selected a paper on the flexural buckling resistance of high-strength aluminium alloy H-columns as his ‘Featured Article’ from this issue. The article will be available free of charge for six months.
Provides a theoretical framework for rapid problem solving concept calculations