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Innovative computer system

An innovative computer system that helps civil engineers to diagnose and cure building subsidence problems consistently is reported in the latest issue (vol 146 no 2) of the ICE Structures & Buildings journal. Developed by two former researchers at Teesside University, the subsidence case management system (SCAMS) can also standardise the vulnerability of existing or proposed buildings to future subsidence. Summaries of all papers can be read free of charge at www.structuresandbuildings. com

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