The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 45 (1967) > Issues > Issue 5 > The Fatigue Strength of Wrought Iron after Weathering in Service
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The Fatigue Strength of Wrought Iron after Weathering in Service

The wrought iron which was the subject of this investigation was taken from Brunel's tubular bridge at Chepstow during its demolition in 1962, after 110 years of service. M.S.G. Cullimore

Author(s): Cullimore, M S G

Keywords: fatigue;wrought iron;performance;weathering;strength