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John Moran of the Royal School of Military Engineering will introduce the talk.
Many military engineering schemes require the rapid solution of non-standard engineering problems. They may be asked to provide engineering design in which the structural or geotechnical reliability is lower than normally acceptable in civilian standard practice. Teaching concentrates on reliability and the importance of safe execution. This has much in common with civilian temporary works design.
Tim Lohman is past chair of the Temporary Works Forum ad a Technical Director at Wentworth House. He will describe a range of projects involving temporary states for which the design is as challenging as the permanent state design.
Often temporary works design is assumed to import greater execution risk than those associated with the permanent state. Tim will explain some of the reasons why standard BS EN (Eurocode) reliability calculation may be inappropriate. This may be because temporary works:
Some of these influences will be used to describe why designing key temporary states involves managing greater risk than those in the completed state design.