The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 94 (2016) > Issue 3 > What are the benefits of exposing students to structural analysis and design software?
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What are the benefits of exposing students to structural analysis and design software?

There is a strong case for exposing undergraduate students to structural analysis software, argues Jon Carr of The University of Sheffield. While the case for structural design software is less compelling, this also offers potential learning benefits.

Author(s): J. Carr (University of Sheffield)