Relation of Local Scour to Hydraulic Properties at Selected Bridges in New York

Effects of Flow Duration on Local Scour at Bridge Piers in New York

Relation of Local Scour to Hydraulic Properties at Selected Bridges in New York

Best of Both Worlds
All around the Pacific Rim structural engineers are experimenting with concrete filled steel tubes as structural elements. The concrete filled tubes take advantage of the best properties...

Aspects of a Computer-Simulation Approach to the Design of HSC

Seismic Behavior of High-Strength Concrete Short Beams

Behaviour of Fiber Concrete Reinforced with Steel Spirals under Cyclic Compressive Loading

Seismic Behavior of High-Strength Concrete Tied Columns

Cyclic Flexural and Shear Behavior of High-Strength Concrete Columns

Applications of High Performance Concrete to the Prestessed Bridge Girder Industry

Seismic Behavior of Prestressed Concrete Beam-Column Joints

Innovation of Precast Pretensioned High-Strength Spun Concrete Pile—Lessons from 1995 Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake

On the Evaluation of the Characteristic Length in High Strength Concrete

High Strength Concrete from Low Water Demand Cement

Fundamental Aspects of Mechanical Behaviour of HS/HPC: The European Approach

Material Aspects of High Performance Concrete

Finding the Right Bond
Professors and students from a Swiss university built a dual-span glass fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) bridge to gain a better understanding of how composite materials behave and how best...

Through Frozen Ground
The most difficult section of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's (MBTA) Silver Line transit corridor project is approximately 112 m (400 ft) of tunnel below...

Lateral Loading Response of Piles in Calcareous Sediments

Soil-Structure Analysis of Foundations with Unified Constitutive Models for Soils and Interfaces





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