Technical Guidance Notes - Level 2 (25-volume package)

Author: The Institution of Structural Engineers

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8 November 2021

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Technical Guidance Notes - Level 2 (25-volume package)

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

Date published

8 November 2021

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Standard: £165

Member: £0

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All Level 2 Technical Guidance Notes (originally published in The Structural Engineer magazine).

A comprehensive reference library for early-stage structural engineering and built environment professionals, comprising:

  • Level 2, No.1: Designing a steel beam
  • ​Level 2, No.2: Designing a steel column
  • Level 2, No.3: Designing a concrete slab
  • Level 2, No.4: Designing a concrete beam
  • Level 2, No.5: Designing a concrete column
  • Level 2, No.6: Designing a laterally loaded masonry wall
  • Level 2, No.7: Designing a concrete pad foundation
  • Level 2, No.8: Designing a pile-cap
  • Level 2, No.9: Designing a reinforced concrete retaining wall
  • Level 2, No.10: Design of reinforced concrete walls
  • Level 2, No.11: Steel fibre reinforced concrete ground bearing slabs
  • Level 2, No.12: Introduction to steel portal frames
  • Level 2, No.13: Masonry cladding to steel-framed buildings
  • Level 2, No.14: Design of unrestrained timber beams
  • Level 2, No.15: Design of timber posts
  • Level 2, No.16: Design of reinforced concrete bored piles
  • Level 2, No.17: Simple connections in steel frames
  • Level 2, No.18: Design of unreinforced masonry retaining walls
  • Level 2, No.19: Design and detailing of windposts to masonry walls
  • Level 2, No.20: Design and detailing of lintels in masonry walls
  • Level 2, No.21: Design and detailing of base plates to steel columns
  • Level 2, No.22: Workmanship and quality inspections by the structural engineer during construction
  • Level 2, No.23: Design of triangular timber trusses
  • Level 2, No.24: Principles of the design of post-fixed anchors
  • Level 2, No.25: Designing for torsion in reinforced concrete element

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