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Anthony Fasano, PE, Mathew Picardal, PE, and Cara Green, EIT
The Structural Engineering Channel
The Structural Engineering Channel (TSEC) focuses on helping structural engineering professionals stay up to date on technical trends in the field. Our hosts for the show, Mathew Picardal, PE, and Cara Green, EIT interviews engineers ranging from recent engineering graduates to professionals from top engineering organizations on professional development topics for structural engineers to facilitate career advancement. Topics covered include but are not limited to performance-based design, fasteners and connections, post-tensioned structures, smart structures, tsunami modelling, earthquake...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 14 ratings
Wholesome Content
I’m a a civil engineering student in the Philippines and this podcast motivates me a lot to pursue structural engineering because this pandemic situation really hit us since we are almost a year of online class and its really hard to be in tact. Thank you!
egluagh via Apple Podcasts · Philippines · 04/11/21
Clear and concise
This first episode hits the nail on the head. Well done!
structural_JA via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/19/19
Recent Episodes
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Published 01/20/22
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Published 01/06/22
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