Papers and Database
William Tierney Clark and the Buda-Pesth chain bridge
appeared in the Engineering History and Heritage magazine published by the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 164 EH2, pages 109-122.
This paper received the Thomas Telford Premium Prize in the year of publication.
William Tierney Clark (1783 – 1852) CE FRS: The Man and his Contemporaries – a social history
Sandor P Vaci, December 2010
Clark the man and his contemporaries 1.9
William Tierney Clark (1783 – 1852) CE FRS: The Man and his Contemporaries
Original article published online 12 November 2013 in
The International Journal for the History of Engineering & Technology. Volume 82, 2012 – Issue 2:
William Tierney Clark (1783–1852) CE FRS: The Man and his Contemporaries
The challenge of building the Buda-Pesth Chain Bridge across the icebound Danube,
co-author: John Vignoles MA, C Eng
appeared in the Engineering History and Heritage magazine published the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 166 EH3, pages 146-163.
The Chain Bridge over the Danube at Budapest, Hungary
this paper has appeared in electronic format in June 2014 in Bridge Engineering Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers (issue BE000) in mid 2015 Bridge Engineering will have a special issue of dedicated to Landmark Bridges, which will include this paper.
The Database of building the Chain Bridge over the Danube, drawings and English language correspondence
The Physical Working Environment in Factories – a part of job satisfaction
detailed study written in 1974, unpublished, copies distributed to those were interviewed for the study, e.g. TUC, British Rail, British Leyland