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Some Highlights of 75 Years' Structural Engineering Research at BRE

Structural engineering has been a vital part of the research programme at the Building Research Establishment throughout its 75-year life. The underlying aim has been to interpret engineering science for practical use in building construction, bringing the science to the point where designers can use it to ensure safety, serviceability and economy in structures. G.S.T. Armer and P.S.J. Buller

Author(s): Armer, G S T;Buller, P S J

Keywords: research;bre;history;codes of practice