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Journal Article Submission Figures Workflow

1 June, 2018 (23:07) | Research | 1 comment

After the blood, sweat, and tears is finished, and the article summarizing your wonderful research is ready to be submitted, well then there’s the submission process itself. Submitting articles to journals varies in difficulty with some allowing just a PDF of everything at once, and others requiring each table and figure to be uploaded as […]

IStructE: Australia meets Ireland

14 February, 2017 (23:19) | Engineering | No comments

Prof. Brian Uy, University of Sydney, will give a lecture to the Insitution of Structural Engineers, Republic of Ireland Regional Group on recent advances in steel composite structures in Australasia. Prof. Uy has extensive experience in conducting the research and developing the latest codes of practice for composite structures in Australasia.  He is the Chairman […]

Qualitative Analysis

19 April, 2013 (00:21) | Lectures | No comments

Analysing structures without recourse to numbers is vital for engineers to have a basic appreciation of structural behaviour, and to help identify errors in computer input from the output. Dr David Brohn (New Paradigm Solutions and author of Understanding Structural Analysis) has been an important figure in this field since the late 70s and his […]

The Golden Gate Bridge 75th Anniversary

29 May, 2012 (23:32) | Engineering | 1 comment

On 27 May 2012 San Franciscans showed the world just how much the Golden Gate bridge means to them with an amazing fireworks display to celebrate 75 years of service. At the time it was built it was the longest bridge in the world and many said it could not be done. Having visited it […]

Journal paper published – footbridge vibration

16 April, 2012 (20:47) | Engineering, Research | No comments

The paper Enhancement factors for the vertical response of footbridges subjected to stochastic crowd loading has been published in the prestigious Computers & Structures journal. This has an impact factor of 1.719 for 2010. This paper proposes a method of determining statistical enhancement factors to apply to single pedestrian responses to obtain corresponding crowd-induced vibration […]

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