The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 45 (1967) > Issues > Issue 10 > The Superstructure of the Tasman Bridge, Hobart. Discussion on the paper by D. H. New ERD BSc CEng
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The Superstructure of the Tasman Bridge, Hobart. Discussion on the paper by D. H. New ERD BSc CEng MlStructE MICE MlMechE (Member of Council), J. R. Lowe BSc CEng MlStructE MICE and J. Read MA CEng AMICE

Mr. Brian Scruby : 'I would like to hear more about the application of a calculated displacement at the head of the column and how this was applied. I would also like to know exactly what happens if unfortunately a vessel hits one of the piers. This was partly explained in the paper and the authors have referred to it in their presentation.'