Bridge Engineering: Design, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance of Modern Highway Bridges

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 470 pages
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Design, rehabilitate, and maintain modern highway bridges. From steel and reinforced concrete design, to highway layout and basic geometrics, to geotechnical engineering and hydraulics, Demetrios E. Tonia's Bridge Engineering: Design, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance of Modern Highway Bridges fully integrates the resources you need to master the entire bridge-design process. Written with unusual clarity--and packed with timely design examples and case studies plus eye-opening sidebars and graphics--it shows you how to: understand bridge structures, functions, types, and applications; design superstructures and substructures for maximum maintainability; design highway components--approach pavements and slabs, structure geometrics and elevations, roadway alignments, and more; kick off the project--from funding to site surveying and coring; manage the design process--contract documents, reports, plans, client interactions, and more; manage the bridge itself--from creating a structure inventory to extending GIS and CADD functionality.

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About the author (1995)

Demetrios E. Tonias, P.E. is president and chief executive officer of HMC Group Ltd., a Schenectady, New York-based firm specializing in the development and application of computer-aided civil engineering and management systems. As both a design engineer and software developer, Mr. Tonias has worked as a project manager and engineer for a wide variety of bridge rehabilitation, site development, and public works projects. Mr. Tonias is currently a member of the Adjunct Engineering Faculty at Union College.

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