The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 21 > The Precast Concrete Bridge Beam: the First 50 Years
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The Precast Concrete Bridge Beam: the First 50 Years

In the last 50 years, prestressed concrete, pretensioned bridge beams have developed from a few experimental applications to one of the key solutions to bridging problems in the short- to medium-span range, 1O-40m. This paper is written to chart that progress and to put in context the current and likely future developments in precast concrete bridges. H.P.J. Taylor