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From concept to completion - a Frank Stella Sculpture
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Dr Andrew Fraser of Arup, will give a presentation on the Frank Stella Sculpture Project. The sculpture shown, which is fabricated out of carbon and glass fibre on a foam core, fits within a volume of ~16m x 13m x 7m high. The talk will look at the challenges involved in translating the sculptors vision into reality and the challenges of analysis and design in a composite material.
This talk is part of the Engineering Department Structures Research Seminars series.
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