Research and How it is Applied

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Research and How it is Applied

The Structural Engineer
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Enjily, V

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Enjily, V

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This feature describes in brief the role and responsibilities of researchers in the field of construction and how research results are utilised, particularly in British Codes of Practice. Also highlighted are certain important areas to be considered by researchers to ensure that research projects culminate in a successful conclusion. The author draws on his experience in the Building Research Establishment and his involvement with the structural use of timber and timber products.

V. Enjily

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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