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Adequacy in structural fire engineering

Luke Bisby FIStructE discusses fire resistance design, how Chartered Structural Engineers can be confident that they have discharged their professional duties when designing structures for fire, and how they can assess whether their approach is appropriate.

Technical Lecture Series 2019.

Recorded on 2 October 2019 at the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Adequacy in structural fire engineering

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Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:43:17
Publisher:
IStructE

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Training Technical Lecture Series Disaster mitigation, management & recovery Competency Fire Video IStructE London HQ

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