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Bridge engineering handbook. Volume 3 / edited by Wai-Fah Chen and Lian Duan.
Boca Raton, Florida ; London ; New York : CRC Press, 2019.
1 online resource (758 pages)
Design and construction
Maintenance and repair
Chen, Wai-Fah, 1936-
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First Published in 1999: The Bridge Engineering Handbook is a unique, comprehensive, and state-of-the-art reference work and resource book covering the major areas of bridge engineering with the theme "bridge to the 21st century." This third volume includes sections covering construction and maintenance, special topics, and worldwide practice.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Section 5: Construction and Maintenance 46. Concrete Bridge Construction 47. Substructures of Major Overwater Bridges 48. Construction Inspection 49. Maintenance Inspection and Rating 50. Strengthening and Rehabilitation Section 6: Special Topics 51. Applications of Advanced Composites 52. Effective Length of Compression Members 53. Fatigue and Fracture 54. Statistics of Steel Weight of Highway Bridges 55. Weight-In-Motion Measurement of Trucks on Bridges 56. Impact Effects of Moving Vehicles 57. Wind Effects on Long-Span Bridges 58. Cable Force Adjustment and Construction Control 59. Active Control in Bridge Engineering 60. Vessel Collision Analysis and Design 61. Bridge Hydraulics 62. Sound Walls and Railings Section 7: Worldwide Practice 63. Design Practice in China 64. Design Practice in Europe 65. Design Practice in Japan 66. Design Practice in Russia 67. Evolution of Bridges in the United States.
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