Correspondence on Evaluation by Proof Testing of a T-Beam Bridge Without Drawings by Dr. B. Bakht an
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Correspondence on Evaluation by Proof Testing of a T-Beam Bridge Without Drawings by Dr. B. Bakht an

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Correspondence on Evaluation by Proof Testing of a T-Beam Bridge Without Drawings by Dr. B. Bakht an
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Dr P. A. Jackson (F) (Gifford & Partners) Having been responsible for the assessment, testing and analysis of a number of similar bridges, I was very interested in this paper. I have a few comments and would like to hear the authors’ views.

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