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The Eight International Conference "Bridges in Danube Basin"

New Trends in Bridge Engineering and Efficient Solutions for Large and Medium Span Bridges

  • Edward Petzek
  • Radu Bancila

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-10
  2. Günter Seidl, Mislav Stambuk, Wojciech Lorenc, Tomasz Kołakowski, Edward Petzek
    Pages 51-80
  3. Miklxós Iványi, M. Miklós Iványi
    Pages 93-101
  4. Miklxós Iványi, M. Miklós Iványi
    Pages 103-116
  5. Damir Zenunovic, Mirsad Topalovic, Radomir Folic
    Pages 117-127
  6. Aleksandar Bojović, Novak Velović
    Pages 129-138
  7. Aleksandar Bojović, Zlatko Marković, Antonio Mora, Jorrit Blom, Dimitrije Aleksić, Marko Pavlović et al.
    Pages 139-149
  8. Martin Mensinger, Andreas Hacker, Thiemo Langen
    Pages 245-254
  9. Tim Zinke, Thomas Ummenhofer, Marjolaine Pfaffinger, Martin Mensinger
    Pages 255-265
  10. Josef Vican, Jaroslav Odrobinak, Jozef Gocal, Richard Hlinka
    Pages 267-278
  11. Jan Bujnak, Patricia Duratna, Abdelhamid Bouchair
    Pages 279-286
  12. Markus Hennecke, Georg Kusser
    Pages 287-298
  13. Edward Petzek, Luiza Toma, Elena Meteş, Radu Băncilă, Victor Schmitt
    Pages 315-337
  14. Edward Petzek, Elena Meteş, Luiza Toma, Victor Schmitt
    Pages 339-352
  15. Rudolf Ároch, Milan Sokol
    Pages 353-362
  16. Kostadin Hristev Topurov, Peter Vasilev Nikolov, Ivanka Kostadinova Topurova
    Pages 363-372
  17. Vojtěch Kolínský, Pavel Očadlík, Pavel Ryjáček
    Pages 387-394
  18. Ştefan I. Guţiu, Petru Moga, Alexandra D. Danciu, Cătălin Moga
    Pages 395-406
  19. Silvia Mihaela Hernea, Anamaria Feier
    Pages 417-424
  20. Johann Kollegger, David Wimmer
    Pages 425-438
  21. Gábor Németh, Miklós Iványi, M. Miklós Iványi
    Pages 439-450
  22. Eszter Noficzer, Miklós Iványi, M. Miklós Iványi
    Pages 475-484
  23. Jürgen Schmidt, Anton Klotzner, M. Miklós Iványi
    Pages 485-495
  24. Ivan Baláž
    Pages 497-508
  25. Slobodan Mitrović, Zoran Kostić, Milorad Stevanović, Milan Perić
    Pages 515-528
  26. Djordje Pavkov, Miodrag Stanković, Gabor Kasa, Branislava Češljević
    Pages 529-542
  27. Back Matter
    Pages 543-544

About these proceedings

Introduction

The river Danube is an international waterway flowing 2857 km across Europe from the heights of the Schwarzwald massif down in the Black Sea delta. In its passage, the secong longest European river crosses 22 geographical longitudes, joining 8 countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine. The International Conference on Bridges across the Danube has become a traditional international event in bridge engineering, initiated by Prof. Miklos Iványi and organized periodically each third year in different Danube countries: 1992 on a ship, sailing on the Danube from Vienna via Bratislava to Budapest, 1995 in Bucharest, 1998 in Regensburg, 2001 in Bratislava, 2004 in Novi Sad, 2007 in Budapest and 2010 in Sofia. The Eight International Conference on Bridges across the Danube took place in Timisoara (Romania) and Belgrade (Serbia) in October 2013 aiming at analysing present trends in bridge construction in every Danube country.

Keywords

Danube Danube Basin Design and Construction of Bridges New Trends in Bridge Construction and Design

Editors and affiliations

  • Edward Petzek
    • 1
  • Radu Bancila
    • 2
  1. 1.TimisoaraRomania
  2. 2.TimisoaraRomania

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-03714-7
  • Copyright Information Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2014
  • Publisher Name Springer Vieweg, Wiesbaden
  • eBook Packages Engineering
  • Print ISBN 978-3-658-03713-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-658-03714-7
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