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Some Aspects of the Economics of Continuous Prestressed Concrete Bridge Girders

The initial choice of layout parameters determines to a large extent the overall cost of bridge structures. This initial choice, however, is itself dependent upon the relative unit costs of the materials employed. E.M. Aziz and A.D. Edwards

Author(s): Aziz, E M;Edwards, A D

Keywords: economics;continuous structural members;prestressed concrete;bridges;beams;costs