And finally... (September 2019)

Author: Brian Pyle

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2 September 2019

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And finally... (September 2019)

The Structural Engineer
Author

Brian Pyle

Date published

2 September 2019

Author

Brian Pyle

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This month's contribution from Brian Pyle concerns bending moments and shear forces in a pair of floating tanks.

Correction
Regrettably, the solution to this month's question contained a number of errors. See the Verulam pages in October 2019 for an initial correction of a production error, followed by a further discussion of the problem and corrected solution in March 2020.

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PDF
Pages:
1
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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<h4>Verulam (readers' letters - September 2019)</h4>

Verulam (readers' letters - September 2019)

This month's letters include memories of working with Alistair Day and using his dynamic relaxation method, methods of maintaining lateral stability in houses, together with the continuing debate on subsidence versus settlement among other topics.

Date ‐ 2 September 2019
Author ‐ Various
Price ‐ £9
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<h4>Verulam (readers' letters - October 2019)</h4>

Verulam (readers' letters - October 2019)

This month's letters discuss building safety regulations; lateral stability; the snow protection tunnel on the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway; safety factors for overturning; and recent articles on Alistair Day and Pier Luigi Nervi.

Date ‐ 2 October 2019
Author ‐ Various
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<h4>Correction: And finally... (September 2019)</h4>

Correction: And finally... (September 2019)

This article presents corrected solutions to the September 2019 'And finally...' question.

Date ‐ 3 March 2020
Price ‐ £0