Proceedings of the ICE - Engineering History and Heritage
Published/Hosted by Thomas Telford.
ISSN (printed): 1757-9430. ISSN (electronic): 1757-9449.
Often an understanding of past problems can help us solve the issues facing engineers today. Engineering History and Heritage provides an indispensible historical perspective on existing structures and infrastructure around the world. Engineering History and Heritage is required reading for all engineers who work with existing infrastructure. By examining historical successes and failures, the journal fosters best practice through historical understanding and equips engineers to tackle the challenges of adapting and maintaining our engineering heritage. Engineering History and Heritage addresses: safety and sustainability of structures around the world, adaptation of our engineering heritage to meet the challenges of the 21st century, restoration and conservation of civil engineering's heritage, and assessment of milestone developments in the profession. The journal also provides a wealth of historical information on the engineering achievements of the past, from Roman bridges to plastic design.
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