Material science and structural engineering: a chance to make a difference

Cormac Deavy, Director at Arup, discusses the need to develop knowledge in a wide array of materials to design better structures.

A presentation from the Young Engineers Conference 2019.

Recorded on 11 July 2019.

Material science and structural engineering: a chance to make a difference

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Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:38:50
Publisher:
IStructE

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Concrete Training Metal - steel Video IStructE London HQ

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