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Seminar. Design Criteria for Nuclear Structures
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On 16 January 1990, the Institution is to hold a l day meeting on the theme ‘Design criteria for nuclear structures’. Structures built to enclose or support nuclear plant have to meet the demands imposed from a rational safety case and are subjected to loading conditions which require them to be designed and constructed to stringent standards. These standards have evolved to serve the safety and reliability demands of the defence, nuclear power generation, and reprocessing industries.

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