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IABSE Bulletins

 IABSE has expanded its publication series under the Name 'IABSE Bulletins'. IABSE Bulletin Editorial Board takes care of all different types of publications (except for the journal SEI): Case studies that can be specifically on design, rehabilitation, forensic among others monographs including 'Structural Engineering Documents' (SED) (state-of-the-art documents); Guidelines and Technical Reports that can include research publications.

Objective: to provide in-depth information to practicing structural engineers, in reports of high scientific and technical standards on a wide range of structural engineering topics.

Topics: Structural analysis and design, dynamic analysis, construction materials and methods, project management, structural monitoring, safety assessment, forensic investigations, maintenance and repair, and computer applications.

Publication and Distribution: As of 2021, IABSE established partnership with Structurae for the print and production of IABSE Bulletins and Conference Proceedings, along with distribution of its publications in various channels, through the vast network of Structurae.


Structural Engineering Documents: Current SED  Past SEDs

Structural Engineering Documents (SED) is a monograph series providing in-depth information on a specific topic to practicing structural engineers, they are reports of high scientific and technical standard. They are written by a single person or a small number of authors and deal with specific topics that may be the result of individual efforts or of a Working Group or Task Force. SEDs are published in irregular intervals but mostly once a year. The readership includes practising structural engineers, teachers and students at a university level, as well as representatives of owners, operators and builders. The IABSE Bulletin Board is responsible for the planning and selection of technical contributions for the Association's series 'Structural Engineering Document' (SED). New SEDs are included in IABSE Membership in its e-book format. SED hardcopies available can be ordered in the Online Shop.



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