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Prestressing: recovery of the lost art

Recipient of IABSE's 2012 Milne Medal, Simon Bourne, draws on 30 years of bridge design experience, to encourage engineers to consider simplicity over complexity when designing post-tensioned bridges. This paper is based on Simon's Milne Medal Lecture.

Author(s): S. Bourne (consultant and former owner of Benaim)