Engineered maintenance of civil port structures

Collins, F., Green, W. and Spiliopoulos, G. 1995, Engineered maintenance of civil port structures, World Cement, vol. 26, no. 12.

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Title Engineered maintenance of civil port structures
Author(s) Collins, F.ORCID iD for Collins, F.
Green, W.
Spiliopoulos, G.
Journal name World Cement
Volume number 26
Issue number 12
Publisher Palladian Publications
Place of publication Surrey, Eng.
Publication date 1995
ISSN 0263-6050
Summary Civil port structures are usually located in a notoriously aggressive environment. The common approach in the past to maintenance has been to act when problems are visually displayed or when serviceability/structural capacity is affected. By this stage significant costs are likely to be incurred. Current Australian design codes do not explicitly address design for durability for the achievement of design life and this paper puts forward a pro-active approach towards maintenance either at the design stage or during the service life of an existing structure. Specific maintenance planning at Swanson Dock East is addressed in the paper.
Language eng
HERDC Research category CN.1 Other journal article
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