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Strengthening of the Austerlitz Bridge (Paris) by Electric Arc Welding

THE Paris Metropolitan Railway line No. 5, " Gare du Nord-Etoile " crosses the River Seine, not far from the " Jardin des Plantes," over a structural steel bridge 140 metres in span, called the Austerlitz Bridge (Figure 1 ). M Fauconnier

Author(s): Fauconnier, M

Keywords: strengthening;austerlitz bridge, paris;bowstring arches;railway bridges;steel;welding;design