Novel materials and solutions webinar series 2023

Author: Various

Date published

1 August 2023

Price
Members: £144 + VAT
Non-members: £224 + VAT

Novel materials and solutions webinar series

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Author
Date published
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Author

Various

Date published

1 August 2023

Author

Various

Price

Members: £144 + VAT
Non-members: £224 + VAT

Gain on-demand access to all four webinars of the 2023 series, which explore some of the alternative solutions available to engineers striving to achieve net-zero targets.

The climate emergency is challenging engineers to consider a broader palette of non-traditional and/or novel structural materials.

This series explores how engineers can approach both design and construction with novel materials and solutions in mind, and it offers practical advice on what to consider to utilise them successfully within projects.

Purchasing this series will grant you access to all six webinars from the 2023-2024 series:

  • Low-tech solutions, exploring three different materials that require limited processing: structural stone, unfired earth bricks, roundwood timber

  • Using next-generation timber, sharing best practices to overcome common challenges in the use of engineered timber and CLT

  • Structural glass and composites, offering guidance on the use of high-tech solutions such as glass and FRPs

  • Using construction waste, aimed at outlining practices to build with waste materials – rather than sending them to landfill

​Reasons to watch

  • Find out the latest developments in construction materials

  • Identify options for reducing the carbon footprint of your designs

  • Discover best practices around sustainable design

​Intended for

  • SME owners, directors, and managers

  • Design engineers

What's included in the price

Purchasing the series will give you access to the live event (when upcoming) as well as the on-demand recordings of all webinars (post-event).

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