The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 79 (2001) > Issues > Issue 7 > Model Analysis Award: Joint Winning Entry 1999. Modelling Skewed Masonry Arches
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Model Analysis Award: Joint Winning Entry 1999. Modelling Skewed Masonry Arches

There are a considerable number of masonry arch bridges in the UK, most dating from the 19th Century but some much older. A small but important proportion of these bridges are skewed arches, often having been constructed to carry railway lines into cities on relatively straight paths across existing features, such as canals and roads. James Davey and Charles Augarde

Author(s): Davey, James;Augarde, Charles

Keywords: tests;appraising;loads;scaling;plasters