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SSRC 2022 Newsletter - Now Available

You've been waiting for it, and we've delivered! The newest edition of the SSRC Newsletter is now available. As current SSRC Chair, Dan Linzell, puts it:


"I believe you will all agree that this year’s edition of the Newsletter clearly shows the Council’s dedication to being the forum where stability aspects of metal and composite metal-and-concrete structures and their components are presented, pertinent research problems proposed, cooperative research efforts initiated and supported, and impactful results widely distributed. I do not feel that emphasizing SSRC as the forum is too braggadocious… where else can you find information in a single newsletter highlighting collaborative research investigating effects of fire and earthquakes on frame and member stability, global and local stability performance of curved elements and bridges, buckling performance of cold-formed and other thin-walled sections, and buckling of slender, reinforced concrete columns? With work involving collaborative researchers from Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas? Nowhere. Else."

You can find this, and more, on the SSRC Newsletter page.

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