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Scour of spill-through abutments occurs due to the combined influence of geotechnical and hydraulic processes. The present study is among the first to address the geotechnical process associated with the failure of the compacted earth, spill-through abutments, and the effects of the geotechnical strength...

 

As part of a study to develop design guidelines for integral abutment bridges, a study was undertaken in which the bridge movement of the 400 South Street Bridge was surveyed for one year to quantify changes in bridge movement due to temperature variations. These quantitative bridge movements were compared...

 

Two-dimensional, depth-averaged flow models are used to study the distribution of flow around spill-through abutments situated on floodplains in compound channels and rectangular channels (flow on very wide floodplains may be treated as rectangular channels). The study leads to useful insights regarding...

 
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