Strong, elastic smart materials aid design of earthquake-resistant bridges

imageAlthough bridges are often made out of steel and concrete, these materials are often not strong enough to hold up against earthquakes. Scientists have tested nickel titanium as the possible substitute, making it the answer to withstand powerful earthquakes above a magnitude of 7.0.

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