The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 6 > Impact Allowances in Bridge Design
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Impact Allowances in Bridge Design

IT is proposed in this paper to consider briefly the causes of impact in the case of railway and highway bridges, the methods employed in design to cover impact effects, and modern research into the causes and magnitude of dynamic effects of moving loads. Arthur A. Fordham

Author(s): Fordham, Arthur A

Keywords: impact loads;railway bridges;road bridges;dynamic loads;design;comparing;methods