The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 70 (1992) > Issues > Issue 5 > Academia. Research and Teaching at Nottingham University
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Academia. Research and Teaching at Nottingham University

Structural engineering has long been a major component in the activities of the Civil Engineering Department at the University of Nottingham. Early work included research in support of the development of the CLASP system of school building, and cooperation with British Steel into the development of design rules for tubular joints has gone on for over 25 years. Structural analysis, a widely used undergraduate text (by Coates, Coutie & Kong), was written within the department, and a fourth edition is in preparation. Professor D.A. Nethercot