Screening of Bridges in New Jersey for Scourby Salim M. Baig, New Jersey Dep of Transportation, Trenton, United States,
Anello F. Monaco, New Jersey Dep of Transportation, Trenton, United States,
Jitendra C. Patel, New Jersey Dep of Transportation, Trenton, United States,
Abstract: New Jersey Department of Transportation has embarked on a program to evaluate all existing bridges over waterways to assess their vulnerability to failure by scour. The Stage I (Screening and Prioritization) was completed in 1992 for all State owned, toll agency and 60% of County bridges. This phase identifies and establishes a priority list of bridges which have experienced scour or may be susceptible to it, and are candidates to be investigated in detail in Stage II, (In-depth Bridge Scour Evaluation).
Subject Headings: Scour | Bridges | Bridge tests | Bridge failures | Failure analysis | Tolls | Existing buildings | Waterways | New Jersey | North America | United States
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