Verulam (readers' letters – July 2021)

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Verulam (readers' letters – July 2021)

The Structural Engineer
Verulam (readers' letters – July 2021)
Date published

5 July 2021

Author

Various

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This month's letters discuss floor loading and embodied carbon; the correct level of stresses on brickwork; and site experience, among other topics.

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Pages:
3
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Opinion Issue 7

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