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Iron and Steel bridges: condition appraisal and remedial treatment (CIRIA C664), published by CIRIA in 2008 defines a brittle fracture as a: ‘Cleavage fracture which occurs in body centred cubic structures on (100) crystallographic planes. Brittle fractures have negligible ductility and energy absorption.’
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