The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 91 (2013) > Issues > Issue 8 > 100 years of stainless steel: A review of structural applications and the development of design rule
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100 years of stainless steel: A review of structural applications and the development of design rules

The Steel Construction Institute's Nancy Baddoo reflects on the use of stainless steel in construction over the last century; from the stabilisation of the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral in 1925, to the framework of Glasgow's Clyde Tunnel in 2010.

Author(s): N. Baddoo, The Steel Construction Institute