Masonry arch bridge building declined considerably in the twentieth century due to the development of faster methods of construction, such as reinforced concrete. This research investigated the behaviour of the skew FlexiArch bridge through a detailed experimental test programme. The experimental test programme involved the design, construction and testing of five third scale skew FlexiArch bridges where the variable was the skew angle.
Paul Mc Nulty
Paul Mc Nulty, MEng,Degree of Doctor of Philosophy,The Queen’s University of Belfast,Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences,School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Arch Bridge, Novel Skew, Flexible Concrete
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