The Design of the Channel Tunnel

Author: Gould, H B;Jackson, G O;Tough, S G

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The Design of the Channel Tunnel

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The Design of the Channel Tunnel
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Gould, H B;Jackson, G O;Tough, S G

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Gould, H B;Jackson, G O;Tough, S G

This paper touches on the history of the Channel Tunnel from the re-awakening of interest in the project, in 1957, to the present day.

H.B. Gould, G.O. Jackson and S.G. Tough

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