Structural Engineering

Ashley Nelson & Maycee Wilson

definition of structural engineering




  1. the branch of civil engineering that deals with large modern buildings and similar structures




What is Structural Engineering?

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Fun Facts!

  • Engineers solve practical problems by applying mathematical and scientific knowledge.


  • The Hoover Dam, built along the Colorado River between 1931 and 1936 reaches 726 feet in height (221 metres).


  • The tallest wind turbine in the world has rotor tips that reach over 200 metres (656 feet) above the ground.

It's a structural engineering thing, you wouldn't get it.