Handbook of Concrete Bridge Management

American Society of Civil Engineers, 1 janv. 2004 - 494 pages

Handbook of Concrete Bridge Management provides complete coverage of concrete bridges from planning, design, repair, maintenance, and demolition, with a focus on small- and medium-size bridges. This handbook offers a global overview of bridge management based on the knowledge and experience of the authors, as well as presents rational and objective criteria to aid in decision-making. A classification system concerning defects, their causes, repair techniques and diagnosis methods is included.Ø

Project managers, structural engineers, highway engineers, and all other engineers involved with the building, maintenance, and repair of concrete bridges will benefit from this book.

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"Bridges are expected to perform satisfactorily over their expected life span. This practical, user-oriented handbook helps concrete bridge engineers and managers meet this challenge. The key aspects of concrete bridge management are covered in a clear and straightforward way." ?Dan M. Frangopol, professor of civil engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder.

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À propos de l'auteur (2004)

Fernando A. Branco, Ph.D., is professor and head of the Construction Sector at Instituto Superior T cnico, Lisbon, Portugal.

Jorge de Brito, Ph.D., is associate professorØatØInstituto Superior T cnico, Lisbon, Portugal.

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