The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 30 (1952) > Issues > Issue 12 > Prestressed Concrete Bridges and other Structures
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Prestressed Concrete Bridges and other Structures

The structures described in this paper are in the main prestressed on a system utilising high tensile alloy steel bars with specially threaded ends and nuts. Donovan H. Lee

Author(s): Lee, Donovan H

Keywords: prestressed concrete;bridges;case studies;reviews;piles;strengthening;high strength;steel;railway bridges