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Structural Engineering International (SEI), the quarterly Journal of IABSE, published since 1991, is the leading international journal of structural engineering dealing with all types of structures and materials. SEI offers its readers a unique blend of short profiles on recent structures, and longer, in-depth technical articles on research, development, design, construction and maintenance. Articles are written by practicing engineers and academia from around the world and reflect the high standards of IABSE. IABSE Peer Review stamps are given to papers that have passed through a highly selective review process and demonstrate a significant contribution to the state of structural engineering knowledge.To recognise contributions of the highest quality, an Outstanding Paper Award is presented each year.

SEI is printed in Switzerland; ISSN 1016-8664; E-ISSN 1683-0350
Abstracted and indexed at: Web of ScienceSM; Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch); Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition; Current ContentsR/Engineering, Computing and Technology; CAB Abstracts database; INSPEC, CBA and others.

Publisher: International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering

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Volume 7, Number 1, 1 February 1997

Satisfying Structural Concrete!
pp. 5-5(1)
Author: Rowe, R. E.

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Sunniberg Bridge, Klosters, Switzerland
pp. 6-8(3)
Authors: Figi, Heinrich; Menn, Christian; Bänziger, Dialma Jakob; Bacchetta, Aldo

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Cable-Stayed Ljubljanica River Bridge, Slovenia
pp. 9-10(2)
Authors: Acanski, Vukasin; Gabrijelcic, Peter

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Bandera Bridge, Slovenia
pp. 11-12(2)
Authors: Saje, Franc; Markelj, Viktor

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Riedener Lech Bridge, Austria
pp. 13-14(2)
Author: Sporschill, Karl

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Rebuilding the Taggenbrunn Railway Bridge, Austria
pp. 14-16(3)
Author: Hillbrand, Herfried

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Austria's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge
pp. 17-18(2)
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The Rocher de l'Escalade Viaduct, France
pp. 19-20(2)
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Romanche Bridge at Séchilienne, France
pp. 21-22(2)
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Turin-Fréjus Highway Bridges, Italy
pp. 23-26(4)
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Rock Stabilization along the Axenstrasse, Switzerland
pp. 27-28(2)
Authors: Hofacker, Heinrich; Will, Herbert

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Dynamic Testing of Large-Scale Structures
pp. 29-34(6)
Authors: Paultre, Patrick; Proulx, Jean

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Testing a Prototype Steel-Wood Composite Bridge
pp. 35-41(7)
Authors: Bakht, Baidar; Krisciunas, Ray

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An Innovative Prestressed Composite Beam
pp. 42-45(4)
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ISO 9001: The Hong Kong Experience for Engineering Firms
pp. 46-48(3)
Authors: Tang, S. L.; Kam, C. W.; Chung, S. M.

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Large Steel Grain Silos
pp. 49-52(4)
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Storage System Criteria for Hazardous Products
pp. 53-55(3)
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The President's Corner
pp. 56-56(1)
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Cover Kitsch (SEI 4/96)
pp. 58-58(1)
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Forum
pp. 58-58(1)
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Aesthetic Reaction (SEI 2/96)
pp. 58-59(2)
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Some Principles of Integrated Structural Design
pp. 59-60(2)
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Toward the "New Engineer"
pp. 61-62(2)
Author: Ziesel, Wolfdietrich

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