The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 77 (1999) > Issues > Issue 21 > Gold Medal Address. Size Matters for Structural Engineers
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Gold Medal Address. Size Matters for Structural Engineers

Structural engineers have always been fascinated with building the biggest and best of structures. The efects of scaling-up the size of structures is explored, with particular reference to failure by fracture and fatigue. It is concluded that size does matter for structural engineers. Professor F.M. Burdekin