The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 9 > Changes to the Profession
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Changes to the Profession

Structural engineering as a separate branch of civil engineering owes its advent early this century to the specialised knowledge required to design structures and, in particular, reinforced concrete structures. S.B. Tietz and J.A. Waller

Author(s): Tietz, S B;Waller, J A

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