The Stress Analysis of Orthotropic Skew Bridge Slabs

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The Stress Analysis of Orthotropic Skew Bridge Slabs

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The Stress Analysis of Orthotropic Skew Bridge Slabs
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Coull, A

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The paper describes an approximate method for the direct stress analysis of orthotropic skew bridge slabs, without the usual need for intermediate deflexion calculations. A. Coull

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