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RE: Definition of Structural Engineering for High School Students

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Gerard,
SCU taught us well.  I was thinking it, but you put it
into print...  Gotta go to LJ's now.
Dave

--- "Gerard Madden, SE" <gmadden(--nospam--at)maddengine.com>
wrote:

> HOW ABOUT THIS ONE?
> 
> ***
> A DAY IN THE LIFE
> 
> Structural Engineering is a specialization of the
> Civil Engineering
> profession that deals with the frame work or
> skeleton usually for
> buildings and bridges. In the United States, most
> structural engineers
> (SE) are employed by small privately owned firms
> comprised 1-30
> employees. 
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