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PUB C551 Manual on scour at bridges and other hydraulic structures
The factors influencing scour are complex and vary according to the type of structure. Protection works for preventing scour need to be designed to withstand the flow forces imposed on them and have to be practicable to build and install, while minimising adverse environmental effects. The manual therefore considers scour processes, estimating and assessing scour, protective measures, monitoring, environmental factors, risk assessments, and cost and benefit analyses. This manual is intended for engineers engaged in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of structures in the water environment that may be subject to scour of erodible beds or banks.
Old version of document Newer versions. River structures are prone to scour at their bases and around foundations. If the depth of scour becomes significant, the stability of the foundations may be endangered, with the consequent risk of damage to the structure. Provides authoritative guidance on the causes of scour, how to quantify its effects and protect against it. Combines up to date technical information with practical experience gained by engineers in constructing and operating schemes in the field, and covers: Types of scour, Scour characteristics, Effects of flow conditions, Design of new structures, Permanent and temporary works, Alternative protection systems, Assessment of risks, Costs and benefits and Environmental issues.