Causality 30: Tim Maia

5 July, 2019

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As part of Rio’s preparations for the Olympics in 2016 a cycling pathway was built adjacent to a narrow, congested roadway along a picturesque shoreline. When a section collapsed only months before the opening ceremony killing two people, the world looked on with growing concerns about the imminent Olympics.
In Causality Explored, (Premium ONLY) following the Tim Maia incident, we deep dive into Concrete construction methods and why steel reinforced concrete is flawed in many ways.
Duration 25 minutes and 5 seconds
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John Chidgey

John Chidgey

John is an Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineer, software developer, podcaster, vocal actor and runs TechDistortion and the Engineered Network. John is a Chartered Professional Engineer in both Electrical Engineering and Information, Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering (ITEE) and a semi-regular conference speaker.

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