The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 61 (1983) > Issues > Issue 1 > An Approach to the Teaching of Structural Design
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An Approach to the Teaching of Structural Design

The paper questions whether true structural design is taught on most first degree courses in civil and structural engineering. The authors believe that the desirable attributes of a structural designer are ignored by traditional courses, and reasons for this are offered. M.H. Dawes, B.O. Hilson, P.A. Palmer and P.D. Rodd