The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 61 (1983) > Issues > Issue 1 > Learning Objectives for Structural Design
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Learning Objectives for Structural Design

Today, most young structural engineers are educated on civil engineering degree courses. This paper discusses the aims and objectives of design studies on such courses, Structural design studies should involve much more than just mathematical analysis. The content of the structural design syllabus is questioned-and a change in emphasis is proposed. R. Bishop and F.E. Weare