1 September 2017
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The Structural Engineer, Volume 95, Issue 9, 2017, Page(s) 5
Balazs Trojak challenges BIM refuseniks to dip their toe in the water and explore its benefits, or risk irrelevance in an increasingly digital future.
Alastair Hughes makes a case for revision of the Eurocodes to harmonise the load factors for permanent and variable actions, or dead and live loads.
This month, Hugh Morrison MIStructE poses a question on bending and deflection for a steel floor beam.