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Posted by  ArchitectureWeek on October 18, 2001 at 23:06:29:

This thread is for discussion of the ArchitectureWeek news article:

ENGINEERING FORENSICS OF COLLAPSE
by Michael J. Crosbie

Behind the slowly shrinking heaps of rubble in lower Manhattan and Arlington, Virginia, a phalanx of forensic engineers, supported by a variety of research grants, is working against the flow of debris as it is carted off to recycling sites and landfills, searching for clues about how three of the largest U.S. buildings were mortally wounded. ...

http://www.ArchitectureWeek.com/2001/1017/news_1-1.html

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