Stability and design of stainless steel structures

Author: Fiona Walport

Date published

28 June 2019

Price
Free

Stability and design of stainless steel structures

Case Study
Author

Fiona Walport

Date published

28 June 2019

Author

Fiona Walport

Price

Free

The aim of this research is to develop enhanced rules for the global analysis and design of stainless steel to promote its wider use as a sustainable construction material.

Updated 12 March 2020

Fiona Walport of Imperial College London gives an overview of stainless steel, listing the five main groups, followed by an assessment of current design standards, and the development of new methods of stainless steel design by advanced analysis.

Second place winning presentation from the 21st Young Researchers Conference.

Stability and design of stainless steel structures

Additional information

Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:13:18
Publisher:
IStructE

Tags

Research & Innovation Case Study Metal - stainless steel Stability Video Research Panel

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