Standardization of Ferroconcrete Arched Road Bridges with Earth-filled Spandrels
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Standardization of Ferroconcrete Arched Road Bridges with Earth-filled Spandrels

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Standardization of Ferroconcrete Arched Road Bridges with Earth-filled Spandrels
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THE design of the fixed arch involves labour generally out of all proportion to the size of the bridge, utilizing the elastic theory which while producing sufficient accuracy does not lend itself to easy and expeditious solution. L.E. Hunter

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