Author: A. Soane
3 January 2017
Last month’s article in the series covered the theory and detailed methods recommended for calculating backpropping loads. This article continues by discussing some of the design issues and preconceptions related to backpropping, and gives worked examples.
Penny Taylor provides a brief guide to help readers get to grips with fundamental aspects of company finance.
In the first note in this series, Norman Train stresses the importance of making clear from the outset what an engineer will – and will not – do in return for their fee.