Evaluating Bridges With Unknown Foundations for Susceptibility to Scour: North Carolina Applies Risk-Based Guidelines to Over 3,750 Bridges
Scour occurs when flowing water removes erodible material such as sand and rock. For bridges over water, scour affects the stability of pier and abutment foundations and contributes to...

The Importance of Filters in Bridge Scour Countermeasure Design

Rock Scour at Hydraulic Structures: A Practical Engineering Approach

Rock Scour—Fact or Fable?

Scour: No. 1 Destroyer of Bridges

Uses and Limitations of Conventional Hydraulic Models in the Planning and Design of Storage Tunnels
The hydraulic design of storage tunnels requires special considerations relative to the design of conventional sewers. These issues include characterization and control of inflows, energy...

Introduction to Evaluating Scour at Bridges

History of Bridge Scour Research and Evaluations

History of Bridge Scour Research and Evaluations in the United States

Bridge Scour Vulnerability Assessment

Bridge Inspections Related to Bridge Scour

Scour Evaluations of Existing Bridges

Texas Bridge Scour Evaluation Program

United States Geological Survey Bridge Scour Evaluation Program in Texas

Addressing Bridge Scour When Funding Falls Short

Magnitude of the Scour Evaluation Program

Screening of Bridges in New Jersey for Scour

Quality Control in Evaluating Scour at Bridges

New Jersey Bridge Scour Evaluation Program

Bridge Scour Analysis in New Jersey: Which Scour Factors Matter Most?

 

 

 

 

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