Event Organiser: ICE

Engineering of bridges: Design assumptions and practice, Dundee


  • Lecture
  • Dundee
  • 14 March 2018
  • 18:00 - 20:00
Find out more behind the engineering of bridges

About this event

Bridges are crucial to societal development and are normally major capital projects.

Many factors influence bridge construction - engineers must make assumptions in order to design these key structures to the client's remit. The assumptions usually feature factors of safety, cumulative use of the bridge over time and the type of use the bridge will be subject to, among many other points of detail.

This lecture will explore some of the more notable assumptions made in the design of bridges and review the attempts to foretell the future by the engineers of the past.

Starts at 6.00 pm


For more information, please contact:

Alan Hutchison
e: alan.hutchison@tayroadbridge.co.uk

This event is joint with IMechE.

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University of Dundee
Dalhousie Building, Lecture Theatre LT4
Old Hawkhill
Dundee DD1 5EN
United Kingdom
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For more information please contact:

Lynn Dow

e: lynn.dow@ice.org.uk