The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 11 (1933) > Issues > Issue 3 > Determining Camber Allowances for Two Hinged Arches
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Determining Camber Allowances for Two Hinged Arches

The question of determining camber allowances, discussed in general terms would not convey much real information, as each different type of bridge requires special consideration. This applies particularly to the two-hinged spandrel-braced steel arch which introduces problems peculiar to itself. Consequently this type is taken as an example and considered in det'ail, in the hope that in this way the various principles and processes will be clearly demonstrated, so that suitably modified they may be of use when considering similar complex structures. B.G.R. Holloway

Author(s): Holloway, B G R

Keywords: arch bridges;steel;camber;analysis