Education is crucial to developing an interest in steel structures and their benefits for clients, architects and designers.
However, despite the need to inspire the industry’s next generation, many textbooks on steel structures are commissioned on a low budget, resulting in material that lacks imagination and tends to feature, at best, moderate illustrations.
These textbooks are usually intended for high school and university level students, as well as designers who are not yet specialised in steel and steel construction. Therefore, it is vital that lecturers have access to up-to-date books that offer clear and concise explanations, while inspiring readers about the possibilities of steel through beautiful graphics and images.
Structural Basics works as a textbook for students as well as a reference guide to structural engineers in practice, covering all key components of design and analysis of steel structures for buildings according to EN 1990, EN 1991 and EN 1993. This book is available for €90 at worldsteel.org For more information, contact: email@example.com