Post-Tensioned Concrete Bridges. A Comparison of Post-Tensioning Methods for Concrete Bridges, Givin
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Post-Tensioned Concrete Bridges. A Comparison of Post-Tensioning Methods for Concrete Bridges, Givin


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Post-Tensioned Concrete Bridges. A Comparison of Post-Tensioning Methods for Concrete Bridges, Givin
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Grouted post-tensioned concrete as a bridging material is compared with alternative choices for regularly occurring situations. Some examples are presented, and a commentary on comparative performance is included. Grouting of tendons is dealt with in some detail covering the development of current methods, design criteria, details, and inspection methods. The paper draws some tentative conclusions on the future of the material. M.V. Woolley and G.M. Clark

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