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Books about Cable Stayed Bridge Design

Books about Cable Stayed Bridge Design

Can anyone recommend a good book or books about cable stayed bridge design?


RE: Books about Cable Stayed Bridge Design

"Cable Supported Bridges" by Gimseng. I used it for a small cable stayed design about 17 years ago. ASCE has two publications- the titles escape me, will pos t the names on Tuesday- but they're not as comprehensive as Gimseng.

RE: Books about Cable Stayed Bridge Design

You can buy a book from FHWA on cable stayed bridges.


RE: Books about Cable Stayed Bridge Design

I will recommend "Cable-Stayed Bridges: 40 Years of Experience Worldwide" by Holger Svensson. This book by Prof.Svensson is very detailed in all aspects of cable-stayed bridge design and construction and is an awesome reference to have. I have been reading this book since the last 6 months and his practical experience in all aspects of cable-stayed bridges comes through very clearly. I hope this helped.

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