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Healthcare in the frame

A number of challenges have had to be overcome during the construction of a new hospital in the Orkney Islands. Martin Cooper reports from a project where …

Floor dynamics – no need to get over-excited!

Accompanying this issue of New Steel Construction is a brochure summarising the issue of floor dynamics and what the structure designer should do to confirm …

Dynamic response calculator available now

New design software that allows designers to make an immediate assessment of the dynamic response of a floor solution is now available at …

Steel insures City tower

A steel-framed 19-storey office development is the latest high-rise addition to the City of London’s insurance district. Martin Cooper reports. The …

Steel supports sporting life

Structural steelwork has proven to be the ideal framing material for a new sports centre in Oldham. Once the textile spinning capital of the world and a …

In the grove

A second steel-framed multi-storey block completes an office-led regeneration scheme in west London. Martin Cooper reports. The construction of commercial …

AD 372: Vibration checks of floors

A number of methods are available to check the dynamic response of a floor. This advisory note discusses the appropriate application of the various approaches. …

Design of Floors for Vibration: A New Approach

Without proper understanding of floor vibration, structures can become “bouncy” leading to unstable floors and buildings. SCI’s guidance document Design …

SCI supports long span market

SCI has developed CellVibe 1.0 design software on behalf of Westok, providing design engineers with an easy to use product for evaluating the dynamic response …

AD 327: Floor vibrations – multiplying factors for office floors

In order to retain the accurate formatting of the equations in this advisory desk, this article is available as a pdf download only. Click here to download …

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