William Henry Barlow
|Name:||William Henry Barlow|
|Born on||10 May 1812 in Woolwich, Greenwich, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe|
|Deceased on||12 November 1902 in Greenwich, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe|
|Brother of||Peter William Barlow|
|Son of||Peter Barlow|
|About the family||
Son of engineer and mathematician Peter Barlow.
Works for Midland Railways
Opens his own office.
Participates in the construction of the Clifton Suspension Bridge designed by I. K. Brunel.
Travels to the United States and becomes fervent user of steel in his designs.
|1879 - 1880||
President of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Structures and Projects
- Description of the St Pancras Station and roof, Midland Railway. In: Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, v. 30 ( 1870), pp. 78-93. (1870):
- Description of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. In: Bridge Engineering, v. 156, n. 1 (March 2003), pp. 5-10. (2003):
- L'art de l'ingénieur. constructeur, entrepeneur, inventeur. Éditions du Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (France), pp. 73-4. (1997):
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