Vibration Damages Towers (Case : Ferrybridge Cooling Towers Collapse)

On the 1st November 1965, during high winds, three out of a group of eight cooling towers at Ferrybridge 'C' Power Station collapsed, with the remaining towers sustaining severe structural damage.  The towers, each 375 feet high, had been constructed closer together than was usual and had greater shell diameters and shell surface area then... Continue Reading →

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