Discussion on Fatigue and Corrosion Problems of Offshore Structures by H.P.J. Taylor, J.V. Sharp. A.
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Discussion on Fatigue and Corrosion Problems of Offshore Structures by H.P.J. Taylor, J.V. Sharp. A.

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Discussion on Fatigue and Corrosion Problems of Offshore Structures by H.P.J. Taylor, J.V. Sharp. A.
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Dr. J. M. Lovegrove: I should like to describe some work that is at present being carried out in the Civil Engineering Department of all of Southampton University. The work is supported by grants totalling £60 000 from the Science Research Council, extending over 5 years from September 1976.

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