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Structurae Newsletter - 2/2018
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Case Studies and Technical Reports

Structurae has interesting case studies and technical reports on various issues involving civil, structural and bridge engineering and construction. 

Optimizing Structures with Continuous Monitoring Systems

The last few decades have seen an amazing boost in the number of existing civil-engineering structures as well as in the resistance that is required of them. Among these are larger bridges for heavier trucks, longer tunnels for accommodating more traffic, safer pipelines for transporting different materials, and wind turbines with an increased efficiency and higher capacity. [Continue Reading]

photo by PERI

Marieholmstunneln connects the banks of the Göta älv river

One of the most interesting tunnels in Scandinavia, the Marieholmstunneln, is being realized in the city of Gothenburg. The 306 m long connection will ensure that the Göta river can be crossed quickly. The tunnel is being constructed using the immersed tube method: three tunnel sections, each more than 100 meters long, are being produced in a dry dock using a tunnel formwork carriage and will then be submerged in a trench excavated on the riverbed. [Continue Reading]

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Photo: Bauunternehmen Echterhoff / DSI

The new Hunte Bridge is Germany’s largest single-leaf bascule bridge

Between the municipality of Berne and the town of Elsfleth in the Wesermarsch administrative district northwest of Bremen, a new bascule bridge was built over the Hunte River. The bascule bridge replaces a 1951 lift bridge located at a distance of about 20 m from the new structure that no longer fulfilled today's technical requirements. [Continue Reading]

A newly installed pot bearing with integrated pressure sensor and cable connection point for use of portable monitoring unit (also showing a large preset to pre-compensate transverse deck movements) [photo: mageba]

Structural health monitoring at Cugnielertobel Bridge II and Lavoitobel Bridge

Automated structural health monitoring systems have much to offer to engineers in the construction, inspection, maintenance and renovation of structures in general, and of key structural components such as bridge bearings in particular. A structure's bearings are critically important for its proper long-term performance, and any loss of functionality can quickly develop into a serious problem for the structure. [Continue Reading]

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Reminder: Conferences in 2018

Fourth International Conference on Structural Engineering Education Without Borders

Engineers Chris Wise and Mike Schlaich will be speaking at the conference in Madrid, Spain, 20-22 June 2018.

VII Congreso de ACHE
The 6th International Congress on Construction History will be held from 9-13 July 2018 in Brussels, Belgium, and promises to be another highlight for the construction history community! Visit 6icch.org
"Creativity in Structural Design" - The Annual Symposium of the IASS will be held 16-20 July 2018 at the MIT in Boston, Massachusetts. 
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