Author: Martin Ashmead
9 August 2022
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The Structural Engineer, Volume 100, Issue 8, 2022, Page(s) 24-25
This month's letters to Verulam include a submission from former president David Blockley and what the UK hitting record temperatures could mean for structural engineers.
To mark the 100th anniversary of The Structural Engineer , Alan Rathbone looks back at several key papers that helped advance the development of plastic design of steel portal frames.
As readers of this publication will be all too aware, our need to act collectively to fight climate change is urgent. Tom Woolley’s latest book is therefore an important and timely reminder that building with low-carbon materials can and has been done, and should not be seen as a future panacea but instead a realistic ambition, writes Philip Isaac.