The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 73 (1995) > Issues > Issue 12 > The Use of Resin Injection to Repair an Impact-Damaged Motorway Bridge
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The Use of Resin Injection to Repair an Impact-Damaged Motorway Bridge

The paper reports on the use of resin injection to repair an impact-damaged motorway bridge. The significant economy of resin injection compared to other repair methods that were considered for this contruct is well illustrated. Test procedures to ensure that both the materials and the workmanship is such that the repair fully eestablishes the structural integrity ofthe damaged bridge are detailed. S.R. Rigdon, E. Burley, W.F. French, A.I. Abu-Tair and J. Dalziel

Author(s): Rigden, S R;Burley, E;French, W F;Abu-Tair, A I;Dalziel, J

Keywords: resins;injected;repairing;impact loads;damage;road bridges;testing;reinforced concrete;cracks