Hybrid Systems of Concrete and Fiber-Reinforced Polymer

Intermediate Length Concrete Columns Reinforced by Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Tubes

Design Models for Confined Concrete Columns

Application of High-Performance Steel to Obtain More Cost-Effective Highway Bridges

Negative Bending Tests of High-Performance Steel-485W Bridge Girders

High Performance Steel: Material Development

Forging Ahead
More than a dozen bridges in the United States have been built using HPS 70W grade steel, which has a yield strength of 485 MPa (70 ksi) but superior toughness compared to conventional...

Making the Connection
This article details the results of a pilot research project on the use of polymer composites and high-strength adhesives for the structural repair of damaged steel frame connections....

High Rise Express (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue only)
A new column system developed by the Canam Manac Group in Montreal offers the expediency of steel construction with the economy of concrete. The system is made entirely of lightweight...

Cantilever Steel Roof Covers Stadium

Manual Rebar Coupling Fits Tight Quarters

Experience with Steel Seal Membranes for Liners in Pressure Shafts and Tunnels

Case Studies in Optimal Design and Maintenance Planning of Civil Infrastructure Systems
Sponsored by the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE. This collection contains 19 papers on the optimal design and maintenance planning of civil...

Structural Engineering in the 21st Century
This proceedings, Structural Engineering in the 21st Century, contains papers presented at the 1999 New Orleans Structures Congress held on...

Power Struggle
The Florida Light and Power Company could have replaced its deteriorating, H-shaped wooden power poles in the Tomoka River with exact duplicates, but they chose to use hybrid steel-and-concrete...

Keeping a Low Profile
The Admiral Clarey Bridge in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, combines fixed and floating bridge elements to span more than 4,500 ft (1,372 m) while hovering just above the harbor waters. The bridge,...

Under Pressure
The Arrowhead East and West contracts for the Inland Feeder water conveyance system being built in California consist of 51,500 ft (15,700 m) of tunnels that cross the San Andreas Fault...

Main Line Mending
Both the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC), of Laurel, Maryland, and the Providence Water Supply Board, of Rhode Island, are conducting massive, multimillion-dollar rehabilitation...

Repairing Highways after Earthquakes

Girth Joints in Steel Pipelines Subjected to Wrinkling and Ovalling

 

 

 

 

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