Aesthetic Problems in Contemporary Concrete Bridge Design
Julius G. Potyondy
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abutments; architectural concrete; architecture; bridges (structures); education; prestressed concrete; reinforced concrete; structural design
After the introduction of reinforced and prestressed concrete in bridge construction, our technology and bridge aesthetics entered into a new world. The great advantage of concrete is that it can be cast into almost any shape by a "cold" process.