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The fully revised, restructured and updated second edition of the ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering has been written and edited by a team of leading experts. ICE manual of bridge engineering SECOND EDITION Edited by Gerard Parke and Nigel Hewson ice | manuals Published by Thomas Telford Ltd, 1 Heron Quay . Bridge engineering handbook / edited by WaiiFah Chen, Lian Duan. resource book covering the major areas of bridge engineering with the theme $bridge to.
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The fully revised, restructured and updated second edition of the ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering has been written and edited by a team of leading experts and presents valuable contributions from across the field within a single resource.
The second edition comprehensively addresses key topic within bridge engineering, from history and aesthetics to design, construction and maintenance issues. Back to Book Listing. Gerard Parke and Nigel Hewson. View Chapters.
Select All. For selected items: Table of Contents. Contents and Preliminary Pages. The history and aesthetic development of bridges. Loads and load distribution. Structural analysis. Shanmugam , R.
Bridge dynamics. Hodgkinson , P. Seismic response and design.
Elnashai , A. Lindsell , C. Clayton , M. Design of reinforced concrete bridges. Design of prestressed concrete bridges. Design of steel bridges. Parke , J. Composite construction.
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Show all links. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Jones and J. Howells I. Kennedy Reid Introduction Design Cables as structural elements Installation Analysis of cables Inspection and maintenance Analysis of suspension bridges Replacement Structural arrangement and design Illustrations of practice Suspended deck structure References Cable supports and attachments Further reading vi www.
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Jenkins, R. Broom and D. Grout I. Kennedy Reid Introduction Maintenance inspection Parapets Acceptance inspection Expansion joints Health and safety for inspection Drainage Environmental aspects for inspection Waterproofing Access for inspection References Good practice for inspection Further reading Inspection of different types of structure Introduction to assessment Levels of assessment Protection Preferred methods of analysis for assessment M.
Mulheron Common problems in carrying out assessments Introduction Seeking additional strength from assessments Water management Realistic models Materials selection and design Global models Coatings systems Mathematical models Active protection of metals from corrosion Orthotropic action in stiffened web and flange plates Protection from physical processes Non-linear finite-element analysis and initial imperfections Summary First principles References Yield line Compressive membrane action Bridge management Surfacing P.
Vassie and C. Arya Shear in prestressed concrete flanged beams Introduction Inclined neutral axis Project and network level bridge management Bearing clamping Project-level bridge management References Network-level bridge management Other techniques used in the management of bridges Repair, strengthening and replacement References J.
Darby, G. Cole, S.
Collins, L. Canning, S. Luke and P.
Brown Introduction Repair and strengthening of concrete structures Deterioration, investigation, monitoring and assessment Repair and strengthening of metal structures C. Abdunur Repair and strengthening of masonry structures Main causes of degradation Replacement of structures Evaluation and testing methods References Residual strength evaluation procedures Further reading Conclusion References Index ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering Institution of Civil Engineers www.
This second edition contains all the key information which made the first edition published in such a successful reference guide: It was a pleasure to work with many of the same contributing authors as for the previous edition. They have enhanced and updated their original chapters with great insight and skill.
The second edition has also given us the chance to work with many new contributors who have lent the manual their expertise in many pioneering and innovative sectors of the field. We are pleased to include seven entirely new chapters: The manual aims to give a clear presentation in plain, straightforward language of all the information necessary for a firm grasp of the principles of bridge engineering. Each chapter is written in sufficient depth to enable young engineers to gain an understanding of the subject matter and more experienced engineers to refresh their memories or learn something new.
Numerous references are available which can be explored for more in-depth or extended information. This second edition of the ICE manual of bridge engineering is not only a definitive stand alone reference book; it is also the first in a new series of ICE manuals. This series of books will ultimately cover every branch of civil engineering and will provide a core of foundation knowledge for the profession. The ICE manuals will be available both in print and online and will deliver a comprehensive, authoritative and accessible package for those working in civil engineering.
We are proud to be part of what will prove an invaluable collection of engineering knowledge. Creating this second edition has been a rewarding experience and a gratifying reminder of the great breadth of talent and expertise that exists within the field. We would like to thank all the contributing authors for lending us their time so generously and for the excellent work they produced. We are also grateful to the team at Thomas Telford for all their hard work and judicious editing.