An Introduction to Bridge Management by J. Paul Guyer

By J. Paul Guyer

This e-book presents introductory technical counsel for civil engineers and different expert engineers, development managers and upkeep team of workers attracted to inspection and service of concrete and metal bridges. here's what is mentioned: 1. BRIDGE components, 2. SUBSTRUCTURE AND SUPERSTRUCTURE INSPECTION, three. CONCRETE upkeep and service, four. metal upkeep AND REPAIR.

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