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Summary of lecture information on materials in table forms including lists of advantages and disadva...
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Subject Summary for Structural Environments exam revision. Includes formulae from the mechanics comp...
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A set of clear ENVS10009 notes with both the materials (Construction) and physics (Structures) secti...
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Very interesting and practical content, with pretty easy and fun pracs/assignments. A range of skills taught, all which (apparently) will be useful in the working world. At times, lectures confusing and disorganised, but if you do enough work outside of class, this subject is straightforward enough..
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
Interesting subject that will definitely come in handy for many other subjects and careers in the construction and engineering sectors. It is poorly organised though and you often have to wait a long time for feedback of which there still isn't much. The physics based lectures (60% of the course) are not well explained at all so do as many practice questions as you can too