Engineering In Disaster

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The world mourns for Japan in the aftermath of its 8.9 earthquake. The size of the quake and the tsunami that followed raise questions about just how far human engineering can resist catastrophic natural events. Santosh Shahi, a senior structural engineer at ARUP, global engineering and architecture firm with an office in Los Angeles, explains how good design can save lives.

Credits

Guest:
Santosh Shahi - ARUP

Host:
Frances Anderton