The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 97 (2019) > Issue 5 > Library update: Learning from structural failures
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Library update: Learning from structural failures

Learning from structural failures – resulting from technical, natural or human factors – is an important way to make our structures safer. The Library holds a large number of books, reports and papers on both the subject overall and on individual failures.

Author(s): R. Thomas