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Complete issue (October 2020)

The Structural Engineer
Author

Various

Date published

16 October 2020

Author

Various

Price

Standard: £25
Members/Subscribers: Free

Buy Now

All the articles from the October 2020 issue of The Structural Engineer.

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PDF
Pages:
52
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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<h4>An introduction to the COBie standard</h4>

An introduction to the COBie standard

The Institution’s BIM Panel provides a brief overview of the COBie information exchange standard, which is intended to reduce interoperability issues between different software systems.

Date ‐ 16 October 2020
Author ‐ IStructE BIM Panel
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<h4>Setting carbon targets: an introduction to the proposed SCORS rating scheme</h4>

Setting carbon targets: an introduction to the proposed SCORS rating scheme

Will Arnold, Mike Cook, Duncan Cox, Orlando Gibbons and John Orr present SCORS – a proposed carbon rating scheme for structures – and encourage engineers to adopt carbon targets for their projects.

Date ‐ 16 October 2020
Author ‐ Will Arnold, Mike Cook, Duncan Cox, Orlando Gibbons and John Orr
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<h4>What do we mean by efficiency? A holistic approach to reducing embodied carbon</h4>

What do we mean by efficiency? A holistic approach to reducing embodied carbon

Ben Gholam describes the development by Price & Myers of a parametric benchmarking tool to allow engineers to produce scheme designs with the lowest embodied carbon.

Date ‐ 16 October 2020
Author ‐ Ben Gholam
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