26 March 2021
Buckling of thin cynlidrical shells with a creased surface
This poster describes the project investigating the buckling behaviour of thin cylindrical shells when compressed axially.
Author: Alejandro Gomez Gomez
Poster: Alejandro Gomez Gomez
Supervisor: Dr Martin Walker
University: University of Oxford
This one-day, online course offers an introduction to timber design to Eurocode 5.
This two-day, online course shows engineers how to arrive at a qualitative solution to both create a structure and check computer results.
The IStructE is pleased to announce their latest publication supporting the climate emergency agenda, Circular economy and reuse: guidance for designers.
The first webinar of a 6-part series on novel materials focuses on low-tech construction materials solutions such as structural stone, unfired mud bricks and roundwood timber.
The first webinar of a 2-part series on digital optimisation focuses on the opportunities for business benefits, improved quality and increased performance generated by implementing efficient digital workflows in your practice.
The Featured Article for Volume 51 of Structures concerns the wind effects on a 282-metre-tall tower in China and the two varied models used to analyse them.
Meet the finalists for the Young Structural Engineering Professional Award 2023
Using concrete in a changing environment series - part 4 of 4.
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Using concrete in a changing environment series - part 2 of 4.
Using concrete in a changing environment series - part 1 of 4.
The report of the 2022 Research into Practice Award winner. The project details the development a progressive collapse framework for the analysis of high risk projects.
As the field of engineering continues to evolve, new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and language models are becoming increasingly important tools for structural engineers. AI and language models can provide many benefits to structural engineers, but they also come with potential risks that must be considered.
As this month's Featured Article, Lorenzo Macorini, Associate Editor for Structures , has selected a paper proposing an update to the fib Code 2010 fatigue model, using a probabilistic model for concrete railway bridges.