Structural engineering is a science in which people help create buildings and structures that are strong, sturdy, safe, and long-lasting. Structural engineers have to use knowledge from several different disciplines, such as physics and math, to do their job. To plan and build, structural engineers work with other engineers, architects, surveyors, and general contractors. They help design and build homes, office buildings, bridges, automobiles, and airplanes; however, engineers are often... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia of Science, 2020. 3p.