Fire safety design: we need to talk about timber

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Angus Law explores fire safety design of CLT (cross-laminated timber) construction and the professional obligations of engineers working on such projects.

Technical Lecture Series 2019

The 2018 UK government ban on the use of combustible materials on new high-rise homes has significant implications for large scale timber buildings.

Fire safety design: we need to talk about timber

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Video
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00:53:08
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IStructE

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Timber Training Technical Lecture Series Multi-storey - tall structure Safety Fire Video

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