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Analysis and control of landslides
(Virginia Tech, 1957-05-17)
<p>The section of this report devoted to the control of slides serves to illustrate the more typical situation of a movement, that is not subject to a theoretical analysis. The great majority of slides that occur in natural ...
Model investigation of stress distribution in the knee of a skewed rigid-frame bridge
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1953)
The increase in the speed of the automobile and the increase in the volume of traffic has presented many problems to the highway designer, one of the most important being the elimination of grade crossings. The rigid ...
Comparison of a two-hinged and a three-hinged spandrel-braced arch highway bridge
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1951)
The weights of the main members of the two structures are as follows: Two-hinged arch ......... 72,000 lb per truss Three-hinged arch ....... 85,900 lb per truss Considering the weights of details and laterals to vary ...