Bridge Structures
Assessment, Design and Construction

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ISSN: 1573-2487 NEW
Volume 7; 4 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 7:1) online on 18 May 2011
Next issue (volume 7:2) scheduled for August 2011

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Editor-in-Chief
Khaled M. Mahmoud
Bridge Technology Consulting
11 Broadway, 21st Floor
New York City, NY 10004
USA
E-mail: khaled@kmbtc.com

 
Editorial Board
Sreenivas Alampalli, New York State Department of Transportation, USA Husam Najm, Rutgers University, USA
Fabio Brancaleoni, University of Rome Tre, Italy Sissy Nikolaou, Mueser Rutledge, USA
Paul Fanning, University College, Ireland Gerhard Sedlacek, University of Aachen, Germany
John W. Fisher, Lehigh University, USA Jerome Stubler, Freyssinnet, France
Yozo Fujino, University of Tokyo, Japan Habib Tabatabai, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA
Peter Irwin, Rowan Williams Davies & Irwin Inc., Canada Jean-Marc Tanis, Jean Muller International, France
Jürgen Krieger, Federal Highway Research Institute, Germany Michel Virlogeux, Consultant, Bonnelles, France
Dennis Mertz, University of Delaware, USA Hai Fan Xiang, Tongji University, China

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Aims and Scope 
Bridge Structures - Assessment, Design and Construction - aims to present the transformation of theoretical knowledge into guidelines and specifications that are compliant with the technical constraints of bridge engineering design. Papers will be solicited from researchers, designers, fabricators and contractors of significant bridge projects, covering a wide range of topics and interests to bridge engineers from all over the world. The main difference between existing journals, and the reason why Bridge Structures is of particular interest to engineers working in the field, is that the focus is on practical issues and on how certain techniques can be adopted in the work of the bridge engineer. This journal is intended to narrow the gap between researchers and practitioners and to provide state-of-the-art solutions to the emerging challenges and problems confronting the bridge engineering community.

Bridge Structures - Assessment, Design and Construction - is an international, peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for publishing primarily:

  • Practical papers with high technical content of immediate value to practicing bridge engineers.
  • Papers offering innovative techniques in design and construction that bring new perspectives to the field of bridge engineering.
  • Papers on issues of fabrication


  • The scope of the journal encompasses, but is not restricted to, analysis, assessment, construction, design, fabrication, maintenance, management and rehabilitation of bridge structures. Bridge Structures is intended for a worldwide audience of practitioners and researchers who are working in the area of bridge engineering.
     
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