Who wrote this?
The ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering has been written and edited by a team of leading experts, including Gerard Parke and Nigel Hewson.
It was published in November 2008.
To comprehensively address all key topics within bridge engineering, from history and aesthetics to design, construction and maintenance, in an easy-to-use format.
Who should read this?
ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering is the authoritative point of reference for practising civil and structural engineers in consulting firms and government agencies, bridge contractors, research institutes, universities and colleges – in short, all practitioners involved in any aspect of the analysis, design, construction, repair, maintenance, and refurbishment of bridges.
The second edition of the ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering offers civil engineers the quickest route to the information they need, ultimately providing core knowledge for the profession within a single highly referenced resource. Key features include:
- How to achieve a practical 'how to' approach
- New content added to build on the bestselling first edition
- Contributions from specialist authors with real world best practice advice
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