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All the articles from the June 2019 issue of The Structural Engineer.
Publish Date - 1 June 2019
2018 Milne Medallist John Parker discusses the privileges and responsibilities that structural engineers have, and the unexpected education that engineering projects can provide.
This two-part article explores the life and achievements of Alistair Day, the engineer who developed the calculation technique ‘dynamic relaxation’.
Kevin Corbett and Stephen Gregson provide guidance on steps members should take to report an allegation of serious wrongdoing.
From an airport roof, to tidal stream power, to residential towers, Laura Legnani has never been afraid of having to learn something new.
Dawn Bonfield reflects on the Women’s Engineering Society's work to advance the cause of female engineers in the past 100 years.
This unique and ambitious book is like a benevolent aunt who gives practical advice and moral support to women working in STEM.
This book brings together a wide range of topics on temporary works design, with each chapter written by a recognised expert in the field.
This month’s letters consider the meaning of ‘subsidence’ and ‘settlement’, among other topics.
Upcoming events at HQ and around the Regional Groups.
Volume 19 of Structures includes a paper on least-cost design of cable-stayed footbridges.
This month’s structural behaviour problem concerns deflection of a beam.