The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 1 > Design of Concrete Structures to Resist Accidental Impact
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Design of Concrete Structures to Resist Accidental Impact

Introduction-problems Civil engineers encounter impact problems on a great variety of occasions -vehicle impact against bridge piers and columns -rockshelter structures over roads in mountain areas -ship impact on sea platforms -aeroplane crashes on nuclear power plants -gas explosions in buildings Professor Dr. Ing J. Eibl