The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 94 (2016) > Issue 1 > Constructing the future – the role of bearings
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Constructing the future – the role of bearings

In this article, Phil Burge of SKF (U.K.) Ltd describes how sophisticated bearings systems are helping to keep a variety of cutting-edge civil and structural engineering projects in working order: whether it’s adjusting an enormous telescope, ensuring that a church bell keeps ringing, or moving the immense doors on an aircraft hangar, each comes with a challenge of its own.

Author(s): P. Burge (SKF Ltd)