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The Trend of Structural Engineering

WHEN engineering as we now understand it began to become prominent a little more than a hundred years ago, the term “Civil Engineering” was introduced, i.e. “Civil Engineering” as distinguished from “Military Engineering.” Ewart S. Andrews