As part of a range of services available, The Concrete Centre offer best practice guidance and resources for lecturers and students of structural engineering and architecture. Below, you will find information and resources available to aid concrete learning in UK universities.
Design Tools and Software
The Concrete Centre has developed computer programs and software aimed at encouraging the understanding of concrete design. These include:
- Concept V3
- Dynamic Thermal Properties Calculator
- Passive Design Assistant
- RC Spreadsheets V4C
Find out more about these softwares and to download your free copy, visit www.concretecentre.com/Design-tools-and-software
Best Practice Design Guidance
The Concrete Centre publishes a wealth of design guidance including concrete specification, framed buildings, methods of construction, performance and sustainability.
Many of our guides are free, and we can make soft copies available to be hosted on central resource hubs, as well as providing hard copies for libraries. To request soft copies for your central resource hubs, please email: email@example.com
Structural Concrete competition 2019
This demanding student design competition aims to encourage interest and raise competence in designing with concrete. The competition offers a stimulating and fun challenge to students, while supporting the curricula of civil and structural engineering departments of UK universities.The competition requires students to submit:
- A conceptual design report.
- Design calculations for the selected scheme superstructure.
- Drawings of the selected scheme superstructure.
- A sustainability appraisal.
To find out more about this year’s challenge and how to enter, visit: www.concretecentre.com/competition
Lectures for Universities – Civil and Structural Engineering
We offer free technical presentations tailored to your needs and delivered in at your university. To request a free technical presentation at your university, please fill in request form below and a member of our team will be in touch soon.
Each of these titles is at least a one hour presentation except for the conceptual design of concrete framed buildings which takes 2 hours.
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