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Services Buried

September 6, 2012 4

In my short experience as an engineer I think that few things change as much between design and as-built as the route of new buried services across existing. As a designer your first hint of what is…Read More

Engineering with Excel

August 30, 2012 4

Considering how ubiquitous the Office suite is, however, it is not that surprising that for (relatively) simple calculations, repetitive design methods and result processing most engineers turn to Excel. Despite how much it…Read More

Designing With Your Thumb

August 23, 2012

Not so long ago the aim of structural analysis was to develop simple, elegant, and reliable methods of design. The idea of splitting a member into thousands of tiny elements and calculating their individual behaviours…Read More

Track, Structure and Interaction

August 2, 2012 4

Track Structure Interaction (TSI to it’s friends) is the latest of a series of unfortunate analyses that I have been subjected to following the adoption of the Eurocodes. The culprit behind this new addition is the adoption…Read More