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The Future of Software for the Structural Engineer

Are small - and by small I mean 1-25 person-consulting practices making better use of the advantages offered by today’s computer technology and software than their big brothers? In this feature, significant recent and future developments in PC software will be explored and linked to the requirements of the structural engineer. R. Dobson

Author(s): Dobson, R

Keywords: software;applications;using;companies;computers;design