Structural engineering innovation for a zero-carbon world: an R&D agenda to match the carbon budget

Author: Pete Winslow, Mike Sefton and Will Arnold

Date published

31 March 2021

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Structural engineering innovation for a zero-carbon world: an R&D agenda to match the carbon budget

The Structural Engineer
Author

Pete Winslow, Mike Sefton and Will Arnold

Date published

31 March 2021

Author

Pete Winslow, Mike Sefton and Will Arnold

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Free

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Pete Winslow, Mike Sefton and Will Arnold set out a vision for a net-zero structural engineering sector and the R&D that we as a profession need to tackle to get there.

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PDF
Pages:
7
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Research & Innovation Climate change Carbon

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