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This Changes Everything

Back in the day, the Engineering students at Trinity College had an interestingly named textbook on their reading list, Salvadori and Levy’s Why Buildings Fall Down (1992). The basic mechanics of structural failure and collapse – as I took from the relevant chapters – are quite simple, even Newtonian in their elegance.

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