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Recent Developments in Concrete Bridges in Japan


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Recent Developments in Concrete Bridges in Japan
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Several examples of concrete bridges which have prominent features, built in Japan during the last decade, are cited and may be considered to have served as guide posts and inspiration for the builders of the many bridges erected since. The outlines of these bridges and the experiments and studies undertaken with regard to their structural designs and construction practices are described, while the contributions made and problems remaining for future clarification are discussed. Fujio Machida

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