The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 10 > Precast Beams in Continuous Bridges
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Precast Beams in Continuous Bridges

This feature has been written in response to a paper by Clark & Sugie, which deals with two aspects of the design of precast beams in continuous construction. This feature is concerned mainly with one of these aspects, i.e. the sagging moments that occur at the supports due to creep of the prestressed beams. B.A. Nicholson

Author(s): Nicholson, B A

Keywords: precast;reinforced concrete;beams;continuous structural members;Bridges;precast concrete;cracking;creep