The Retrofit of Conventional Construction to Withstand Internal Explosions

Externally Bonded Composites for Strengthening Two Concrete T-Beam Bridges

Strengthening a RC Cap Beam Using Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composites: A Case Study

Hybrid Systems of Concrete and Fiber-Reinforced Polymer

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....

Covered Bridge Connection (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue only)
A 145-year-old timber bridge in Downsville, New York, now rests on the longest glue-laminated wood beams ever produced in the United States. Six 53 m (174 ft) long chords were threaded...

Timber Bridge Contest Aims High

Design and Behavior of One-Tier Tiedback Walls

High Strength Concrete
This proceedings, High Strength Concrete, consists of papers presented at the first Engineering Foundation Conference on High Strength Concrete,...

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...

Exacting Renovation
In the heart of Greenwich Village a building that would typically be demolished given its current condition has been saved and restored with careful engineering and a precise demolition/construction...

Strengthening Beam-Column Joints with Composites

Back from the Brink
The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the tallest brick lighthouse in the United States, has been moved to prevent it from toppling into the sea as a result of coastal erosion. Engineers from...

On the Wild Side
Designers of today's roller coasters are constantly looking for new ways to exhilarate riders, from higher drops to tighter turns to launch mechanisms that exert more force...

Timber Triumphs in Student Bridge Designs

Timber Trusses Span Cultural Center

Wood Engineering in the 21st Century
Research Needs and Goals
These proceedings, Wood Engineering in the 21st Century: Research Needs and Goals, are the product of a workshop held on April 16, 1997, in...

Federal Triangle Finale
At 3.1 million sq ft, the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center is the second largest U.S. federal building ever constructed; only the Pentagon is larger. After more than...

State of the Arts
The complicated structural engineering that went into the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas, allows patrons and performers to focus fully on the arts, and...

 

 

 

 

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