Computing in Analysis and Design in Structural Engineering Education, Practice and Registration: A View from the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveyingby J. Earl Herndon, Jr., Natl Council of Examiners for, Engineering and Surveying, Clemson, United States,
Abstract: When taking the examinations for licensure as professional engineers, computers are not allowed. The knowledge tested on the Structural Engineering examinations are discussed with a sample problem to be presented later. The use of computers in administering the examinations is under review.
Subject Headings: Computing in civil engineering | Licensure and certification | Structural design | Engineering education | Professional societies | Professional development | Structural analysis
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