Grand Parade, Bath: in situ load testing of a historic structure to avoid unnecessary intervention

Author: K. Collins and M. Cooke (Integral Engineering Design, Bath)

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1 May 2015

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Grand Parade, Bath: in situ load testing of a historic structure to avoid unnecessary intervention

The Structural Engineer
Grand Parade, Bath: in situ load testing of a historic structure to avoid unnecessary intervention
Date published

1 May 2015

Author

K. Collins and M. Cooke (Integral Engineering Design, Bath)

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

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Author

K. Collins and M. Cooke (Integral Engineering Design, Bath)

Engineers from Integral Engineering Design in Bath explain how their innovative approach to analysis and load testing spared one of the city's listed structures from an intrusive strengthening scheme.


(For a discussion of the force generated by a rugby scrum in relation to the article, see Verulam, January 2016.)

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6
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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