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Advancing bridge technologies in research, design, construction and preservation

By: PRC-US Workshop on Seismic Analysis and Design of Special Bridges (4: 2006 Jun. 19-21: 2006 Chongqing, China).
Publisher: New York: University at Buffalo, 2006Description: 395 p.Subject(s): PUENTES. -- DISEÑO Y CONSTRUCCIÓN -- CONGRESOS, CONFERENCIAS, ETC | CONSERVACION Y RESTAURACION DE PUENTES. -- CONGRESOS, CONFERENCIAS, ETC | INGENIERÍA SÍSMICA -- CONGRESOS, CONFERENCIAS, ETCDDC classification: 624.1762
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The fourth workshop in the PRC-US Workshop on Seismic Analysis and Design of Special Bridges, was held June 19-21, 2006 in Chongqing, China, the "City of Bridges." The workshop was designed to exchange state-of-the-art information on highway bridge technologies and to plan and develop future cooperative research projects between the United States and the People's Republic of China. A total of 39 participants, 16 from the U.S. and 23 from China, attended this workshop. These proceedings contain 32 papers covering a wide range of research fields.
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The fourth workshop in the PRC-US Workshop on Seismic Analysis and Design of Special Bridges, was held June 19-21, 2006 in Chongqing, China, the "City of Bridges." The workshop was designed to exchange state-of-the-art information on highway bridge technologies and to plan and develop future cooperative research projects between the United States and the People's Republic of China. A total of 39 participants, 16 from the U.S. and 23 from China, attended this workshop. These proceedings contain 32 papers covering a wide range of research fields.

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