The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 91 (2013) > Issues > Issue 7 > Suspension Bridges: past and present
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Suspension Bridges: past and present

From James Finley's Jacob's Creek Bridge of 1801 to the long spans of Xihoumen and Akashi Kaikyo, Matthew Myerscough charts the fascinating history of the suspension bridge and provides a glimpse of what might lay ahead for the design of these impressive structures.

Author(s): M. Myerscough, Cass Hayward