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Modern British bridges

D. Henry

Modern British bridges

by D. Henry

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Published by C.R. Books .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby D. Henry and J.A. Jerome.
ContributionsJerome, J. A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19808626M

Modern structural engineering surprises us with the mastery and certainty with which it plans and carries out daring projects, such as the most recent metal or concrete bridges, whether they be suspension or arch bridges. On the other hand, little is yet known about the state of knowledge of construction science and techniques which, well before the arrival of modern methods based on the. Jervoise's "Ancient Bridges" did restrict itself only to road bridges, and this next book similarly limits its interest only to rail bridges. "British Railway Bridges" [], by David Walters, was published in by Ian Allan, a specialist imprint largely aimed at railway enthusiasts (or Author: The Happy Pontist.

Shallow deck-type bridges 34 Half through plate girder bridges 36 Standard box girder bridges 42 Slab-on-beam composite girder bridges 44 Truss girder bridges 45 Direct fastening construction 46 Integral construction 47 5 DESIGN STANDARDS 49 File Size: 1MB.   From the pages of the British edition of the interior design magazine, THE HOUSE & GARDEN BOOK OF LIVING ROOMS, part of a series that focuses on a particular room, was published in and reprinted in , hardcover. All photos are color, as /5(2).

A Victorian who, by choice, remained apart from the aesthetic movements of his day, Robert Bridges was a classicist. His experimentation with 18th-century classical forms culminated in The Testament of Beauty, generally acknowledged as his masterpiece. He succeeded Alfred Austin as Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom in and was active in the Society for Pure English, which was founded. Every time I open the book, I discover something new, and I imagine most readers will find the same. Read the full review here. The Happy Pontist. The only book of its kind to detail British bridges. Bookseller Buyers GuidePrice: £


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Henry, Dorothy. Modern British bridges. London, C.R. Books, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors.

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