Composite and Steel Construction compendium. Part 6: Design for economy

Author: Steel Construction Institute (SCI)

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29 May 2014

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Composite and Steel Construction compendium. Part 6: Design for economy

Composite and Steel Construction compendium. Part 6: Design for economy
The Structural Engineer
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Steel Construction Institute (SCI)

Date published

29 May 2014

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Steel Construction Institute (SCI)

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The first in a ‘steel construction’ sub-series, this article discusses the often competing demands on the structural designer to balance frame cost against architectural demands and the cost of other building components, such as curtain walling.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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