Spotlight on Structures (December 2015) (FREE ACCESS)

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1 December 2015

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Spotlight on Structures (December 2015) (FREE ACCESS)

Spotlight on Structures (December 2015) (FREE ACCESS)
The Structural Engineer
Author

Various

Date published

1 December 2015

Author

Various

Price

Free

In this new section of The Structural Engineer, we shine a spotlight on papers recently published in Structures – the Research Journal of The Institution of Structural Engineers. Structures is a collaboration between the Institution and Elsevier, publishing internationally-leading research across the full breadth of structural engineering which will benefit from wide readership by academics and practitioners. Access to Structures is free to all during 2015. From 2016, Institution members will continue to receive free access as one of their membership benefits. The journal is available online at: www.elsevier.com/locate/structures

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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