The tender has been published for the geotechnical investigations needed for a planned record-breaking floating bridge across a wide and deep Norwegian fjord.
One area for improvement in traditional bridge design and analysis practice is the inclusion of non-linear effects for soil-structure interaction on multi-span bridges. Ozgur Kurc and John Horner explain
Seabed investigations will start next year at four fjord locations on the E39 coastal highway in Norway.
Geotechnical investigation are getting under way this week for a bypass that will include a bridge over wetlands in the Australian state of Victoria.
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