Author: Yung Loo, Matt Sykes and Craig Sturzaker (Arup) and John Osborne and Charlie Cook (CERN)
1 July 2015
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Yung Loo, Matt Sykes and Craig Sturzaker (Arup) and John Osborne and Charlie Cook (CERN)
The Structural Engineer, Volume 93, Issue 7, 2015, Page(s) 7
In his winning entry to the Institution's 2015 Kenneth Severn Award, Eamonn Keane sets out six ways in which he believes the education of structural engineers could be improved to develop their creativity and problem-solving ability.
Letters this month include discussion on status and qualifications, the value of sketching and recollections of structural engineering during WWII.
There are moves afoot to add 10% more metal to every column in a building that is designed to Eurocode 3, Alastair Hughes explains.