The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 10 > Correspondence on Serviceability Limit State Aspects of Continuous Bridges Using Precast Concrete Be
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Correspondence on Serviceability Limit State Aspects of Continuous Bridges Using Precast Concrete Beams by Professor L.A. Clark and Mr. I. Sugie

Mr B. A. Nicholson (M) The difficulties of using precast beams in continuous and integral bridges is a subject in which I have been interested for several years. The authors are to be commended on the way they have proposed simple rules for overcoming some of these difficulties.