This CPD module, sponsored by SCIA, examines the analysis and design of steel-and-concrete composite columns.
This CPD module, sponsored by MAPEI, explores the addition of waterproofing admixtures to concrete in order to build a watertight below-ground structure.
This CPD module, sponsored by Farrat, examines the realities of designing for the competing requirements of structural, thermal and fire performance through the lens of structural thermal breaks.
The purpose of this Technical Guidance Note is to assist structural engineers familiar with the theoretical behaviour of steel structural elements subject to torsion to avoid or design for it when necessary.
Fergal Kelly reviews the use of ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS) in the UK and its role in reducing embodied carbon.
Paul Astle provides some advice to structural engineers and concrete specifiers and highlights steps that can be taken to deliver lower-carbon concrete on projects.
This month we present a report concerning a pedestrian bridge that may have reduced load capacity due to corrosion at the root of cantilever supports.
Jo Spencer of Arup introduces a series of short guides that will help practitioners understand the origins of carbon factors for key materials.
Catherine and Neill Stansbury of the Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre explore the problem of corruption.
This article gives a view of the way in which assessment codes can fall short in carrying out a structural assessment of steel bridges.
This article covers technical and asset management aspects related to the assessment and subsequent strengthening design for post-tensioned concrete box-girder bridges.
Will Arnold and Phil Isaac discuss examples of how regenerative principles can be put into practice by structural engineers.
This article describes the work of COWI, Spencer Bridge Engineering and UK Highways A55 Ltd to replace the hangers on the Menai Suspension Bridge in North Wales.
How does the adoption of a regenerative design process impact on structural engineering decisions in practice? Helena Russell speaks to the client and designers of the planned Eden Project Dundee to find out.
Peyrouz Modarres describes the engineering design of The Lark, a multistorey residential project at Nine Elms, London.
This month's letters discuss the development of the Building Regulations, reusing structural steel beams and wall return dimensions.
Kate Wise argues that it's time for engineers to take a more proactive approach and seek to offer early input and advice to clients.
Helena Russell finds out how Cameron Archer-Jones' fascination for structural engineering and a commitment to spreading the net-zero message across the bridges sector are key drivers for him.
The Featured Article for Volume 53 of Structures , chosen by Associate Editor Mario D'Aniello, shows improved fire design of steel I-sections.
A round-up of events at Institution HQ and around the regional groups.
This month, Ron Slade has chosen a sketch by Andrew Barr as the winner of The Drawing Board.