The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 77 (1999) > Issues > Issue 3 > Information Technology for the Structural Engineer
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Information Technology for the Structural Engineer

This paper discusses the philosophy of computer use in engineering; gives an overview of the use of computers, particularly in structural engineering; and makes recommendations as to how computer use may be developed in structural engineering. It is based on a paper given before a meeting of the Scottish Branch of the Institution in December 1997. Professor I.A. MacLeod, R. Cairns and B. Kumar

Author(s): MacLeod, I A;Cairns, R;Kumar, B

Keywords: information technology;using;computers;applications;internet