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Lynches Woods Park stress-laminated deck bridge 13 MB. Dynamic evaluation of timber bridges KB Ritter, M. Waterproofing of Concrete Bridge Decks: Timber Bridges Avent, R. Development of six-year research needs assessment for timber transportation structures KB Duwadi, S.


Preservative treatment of Red Maple KB. Design, construction, inspection, and maintenance 17 MB. Emerging timber bridge technology in the United States abstract Ritter, M.

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Effect of preservative treatment aqshto bar force in stress-laminated bridge decks KB. Temporary stream and wetland crossing options for forest management 11 MB Blinn, C.

Forest Products Research Society, Field Performance of Timber Bridges: Crossings, Issue 12 5 MB. Pole creek metal-plate-connected truss bridge KB Ritter, M. Stress-laminated wood bridge decks: Development of longer span wood bridges KB Ritter, N183. Timber bridge hardwood glulam deck connector evaluations under static and repetitive loads KB Janowiak, J. Snow, Robert Fletcher, Wood in Transportation Program — Cesa, E.

AASHTO to ASTM Conversions

Wood preservation — Aasshto treatment for hardwood glued-laminated bridges KB. Experimental shear strength of unchecked solid-sawn Douglas-fir KB. Production of hardwood machine stress rated lumber KB.

Development and use of stress laminated timber deck bridges Dimakis, A. In-place detection of decay in timber bridges — An application of stress wave technology KB. Railing systems for use on timber deck bridges KB Duwadi, S. Smart timber bridges for in-situ evaluation Kainz, J.


North Siwell Road stress-laminated bridge KB. Evaluation of stress-laminated T-beam bridges constructed of laminated veneer lumber KB. Field Performance of Timber Highway Bridges: Grade is a high strength, heat treated alloy.

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