The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 57 (1979) > Issues > Issue 2 > Correspondence on Temperature Distributions and Stresses in Concrete Bridges by E.C. Hambly
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Correspondence on Temperature Distributions and Stresses in Concrete Bridges by E.C. Hambly

Dr. L. A. Clark has discussed (The Structural Engineer, Vol. 56A, Sept. 1978, p. 244) the complexity introduced into concrete bridge design by the temperature changes and differences specified in BS 5400: Part 2: 1978. Similar problems arise in the design of composite bridge decks. An appropriate method of analysis and several worked examples have therefore been given in a Commentary on BS 5400: Part 5: Composite bridges. R.P. Johnson