Author: G. Masterton
2 July 2018
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This month's letters come to the defence of the magazine's brainteasers; discuss the cranked beam problem from the April issue; and answer last month's question about water trapped in hollowcore floors.
Congratulations to all the winners of the Institution’s People and Papers Awards 2018, which were presented at a luncheon held at Church House in Westminster, London on Thursday 7 June. The Awards recognise outstanding contributions to structural engineering and to Institution life, through innovative educational initiatives, papers published in The Structural Engineer and Structures , lectures, regional group activity, and much more. They cover the whole range of Institution life, from outstanding young professionals to those recognised for a lifetime of achievement and service.
All the articles from the July 2018 issue - a special issue on 'Structural engineering for the Elizabeth line'.