Structural design (two-volume package)

Author: Various (Institution Task Groups)

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1 June 2015

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Structural design (two-volume package)

Guidance
Author

Various (Institution Task Groups)

Date published

1 June 2015

Author

Various (Institution Task Groups)

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Member: £36.40
Student Member: £28.00

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A two-volume package comprising 'Structural design – the engineer’s role' and 'Structural design – achieving excellence'.

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Structural design – the engineer’s role:

The first part of a two-volume introduction to structural engineering, aimed at those who may need to seek advice from a structural engineer in the future, and for engineering students wishing to understand the role of the structural designer in a little more detail. Short chapters focus on:

  • The knowledge and abilities of a structural engineer

  • The design process and how it is undertaken

  • Agreeing the brief 

  • Preparing the scheme design

  • Detailed design

  • Procurement

  • The construction stage

 

Structural design – achieving excellence:

The second part of a two-volume introduction to structural engineering; this part is aimed at graduate structural engineers, covering the fundamental considerations of cost, beauty, stability and strength. Short chapters focus on:

  • The responsibilities of a structural engineer

  • Engaging in design

  • Structural design philosophies

  • Stability, robustness and serviceability

  • Demonstrating structural adequacy

  • Communicating the design

  • The construction stage (incl. contractual relationships, temporary works and site inspections)

 

Additional information

Format:
Books (A4 print or PDF)
ISBN:
978-1-906335-20-5 and 978-1-906335-29-8
Pages:
72
Publisher:
IStructE Ltd

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