Author: Paul Astle
1 February 2021
The Structural Engineer, Volume 99, Issue 2, 2021, Page(s) 24-25
Will Arnold, Jenny Burridge, David Moore, Keerthi Ranasinghe and Sean Wilkins argue that engineers should always look to specify the most suitable material for a particular project, and offer advice on how to use materials efficiently once a choice is made.
Arup have assembled a package of quick and easy guides to help practising engineers understand the origins of carbon factors for three key construction materials: steel, concrete, and timber.
This project investigates the use of serpentine as a carbon sequestering aggregate in concrete.