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Complete issue (May 2021)

The Structural Engineer
Complete issue (May 2021)
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4 May 2021

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Various

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All the articles from the May 2021 issue of The Structural Engineer.

Correction
This month's Verulam pages were updated on 7 May 2021 to correct a formula for LLR on page 42. This should have read α = 1 − A/1000, not 2α = 1 − A/1000.

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