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Christina Dunn

Life in the office for me involves collaborating with design teams and working on structural analysis models. Life at university for me was organised by a full timetable from lectures to labs and group projects to a good work-life balance. Life on site for me began at 7am with the daily briefing...

Date
23 October 2023
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WICE People

Marcus Rodin

Every day as a structural engineer is different, bringing fresh challenges to solve. A typical day might look as following: Collaborating with other members of the design team to discuss ideas and plan work. Modelling and analysing structural elements. Responding to queries from the client or si...

Date
16 November 2023
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Daniel Hierro Tobar, structural engineer, will showcase the alternative strategies and solutions formulated to address the diverse stages of a wall design. Daniel will be focusing on explaining the advantages of capturing site-specific features and construction details and how this allows the enhanc…

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WICE People

Svetlana Joao

Each day is different in my life, even though I try to follow my routine to ensure I keep my discipline. Some days I work in the office, and some work from home. I always try to read a book during my commute to the office. Currently, I’m working on the detailed design of the West Ruislip Portal (...

Date
23 October 2023
Type
WICE People

Rhona Kerr

Each and every day as a structural engineer is different, it’s one of the things I love about the job! In general, my main tasks include: Liaising with other members of the design team to co-ordinate interfaces between design packages. Calculating the embodied carbon of structural elements of a...

Date
23 October 2023

Ryszard A. Daniel (Initiator of PIANC WG 189, and Senior Consultant at RADAR Structural) shall present on some of the key findings of the recently published PIANC Working Group (WG) 189.

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This presentation will provide a brief history and practical examples of multiaxial assessment highlighting its importance in conjunction with current state of the art techniques for fatigue design of fixed and floating wind turbine structures.

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