This report compares the Canadian, European, and U.S. codes on aluminum in order to provide a basis for the preparation of a common specification document.
This report uses an international perspective to look at structural safety problems from basic concept to design and construction.
This collection contains 257 papers presented at the 2005 Structures Congress and 2005 Forensic Engineering Symposium, held in New York, New York, April 20-24, 2005. Sponsored by the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE; the Technical Council on Forensic Engineering of ASCE.
John Gaythwaite covers the design of marine structures for the berthing, mooring, and repair of vessels, including piers, wharves, bulkheads, quaywalls, dolphins, dry docks, floating docks, and various ancillary structures.
Mehta and Delahay walk practicing professionals through the complicated process of assessing wind loads on a variety of buildings and other structures as set forth in Standard ASCE 7-02.
Branco and deBrito provide complete coverage of concrete bridges from planning, design, repair, maintenance, and demolition, with a focus on small- and medium-size bridges.