Barnabé Brisson (engineer)

For the jurist and politician (1531–1591), see Barnabé Brisson.
Barnabé Brisson
Born 11 October 1777
Died 25 September 1828(1828-09-25) (aged 50)
Occupation Engineer

Barnabé Brisson (11 October 1777 – 25 September 1828) was a French engineer and mathematician. He collaborated in the construction of the Canal de Saint-Quentin and other navigable waterways connected to the Escaut River. He also authored a number of academic publications on the canal systems.


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