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Australian Journal of Structural Engineering - RW Chapman Medal

Australian Journal of Structural Engineering - RW Chapman Medal

RE: Australian Journal of Structural Engineering - RW Chapman Medal

And 3 of those authors were involved in the development of the AS3600-2018 rules.

RE: Australian Journal of Structural Engineering - RW Chapman Medal

I only read part of it so far, before getting distracted on something else yesterday....

But hopefully in future we can just refer people to that paper, instead of having to wait for rapt to show up to explain the differences between columns and wall design on a continual basis ... 2thumbsupglasses

RE: Australian Journal of Structural Engineering - RW Chapman Medal

Thanks for that Trenno, and thanks to Engineers Australia for making it a free download for everyone.

Peter McBean has also just (Wednesday this week) been awarded the Australian Earthquake Engineering Society (AEES) John Connell Gold Medal for his work on structural design for earthquakes in Australia, including work with the AS 3600 committee.

Peter and the other authors have a long history of working to get design for earthquake effects treated seriously in Australia.

The presentation was at the AEES Annual Conference (this year on-line), and all the papers from the conference (and those from previous years) will be available from:

Doug Jenkins
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