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Brittle fracture Colin Taylor provides further information, adding to Mr Bruder’s query and to Professor Michael Burdekin's response of 21 April 1998. He writes from Silwood Park, Ascot: A draft amendment to BS 5950: Part l containing a simplified version of the method from the forthcoming new version of BS 5400: Part 3 is now available from BSI under the reference 98/102164DC. The minimum service temperature is explicitly defined and it should be possible to use the tables (or formulae) for the vast majority of cases.