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Texas A&M University-College of Engineering: Civil Engineering Doctoral Student Investigates Post-Disaster Structural Resiliency
June 22, 2019
COLLEGE STATION, Texas, June 22 -- Texas A&M University's College of Engineering issued the following news:

By Hannah Conrad

When a natural disaster strikes, not all buildings will weather the storm.

Even the smallest crack can cause the structural integrity and resiliency of a building to suffer, making it unsafe for people to live and take shelter in.

Basing his work on hurricane scenarios, Samuel Leach, a Ph.D. student in the Zachry Depa . . .

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