Submersible Bridges

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Submersible Bridges


The Structural Engineer
Submersible Bridges
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Mears, R P

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Mears, R P

Definition A submersible bridge is a bridge purposely arranged to be below the level of high floods and so designed and constructed that high floods may pass over it without damage to the structure. R.P. Mears

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