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Re: Bay Bridge Broken Bolts and Tendon problems in segmental portion

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Hm. Still no URL? (Have to make sure to include the whole thing, I think 
the Mail-List software intervenes if it's ambiguous).

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On May 19, 2013, at 8:20 PM, Abolhassan Astaneh <astaneh(--nospam--at)ce.berkeley.edu> 
wrote:

> Sending again with URL corrected for Sac Bee story. Don't know why URL 
> was the Seaint one. 
> Hassan
> 
>> Here is a new item on the New Bay Bridge: <http://cirrus.mail-list.com 
>> /seaint-seaosc/85769188.html bridge.html> The new bridge is about 10,000 
>> feet long, 2000 feet is the steel part including the SAS span , where 
>> about 2600 A354 BD anchor rods and bolts are used.   The remainder, the 
>> 8,000 feet long portion is R/C post-tensioned segmental spans. The 
>> latest news item says that some post tensioning tendons have corrosion. 
>> Hassan Astaneh www.ce.berkeley.edu/~astaneh

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