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Steel bridge deck with torsionally stiff eccentric stiffeners

Pisidhi Karasudhi.

Steel bridge deck with torsionally stiff eccentric stiffeners

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Published in Bangkok .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bridges, Steel plate deck

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Pisidhi Karasudhi, Jaime F. Cancio, and Seng-Lip Lee.
    SeriesAsian Institute of Technology. Research report, no. 24, Research report (Asian Institute of Technology) ;, no. 24.
    ContributionsCancio, Jaime F., joint author., Lee, Seng-Lip, 1925- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTG416 .P57
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 34 l.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5089283M
    LC Control Number74160701

    The National Academy of Sciences is a private, nonprofit, self-perpetuating society of distinguished scholars. engaged in scientific and engineering research, dedicated to the furtherance of science and technology. and to their use for the general welfare. On the authority of the charter granted to it by the Congress in. , the Academy has a mandate that requires it to advise the federal. SOLUTION Dead load on the roof deck alone 30 psf - 5 psf 25 psf Snow load on the roof 50 psf Total load on the roof deck 25 psf 50 psf 75 psf For our example, let us try a 11⁄2-in. by ga galvanized wide-rib deck (the reader should refer to the Vulcraft Steel Roof and Floor Deck Manual [21]) or similar deck manufacturers’ catalogs.


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[Show full abstract] cable-stayed bridge that crosses the river with a single-span, high-strength concrete deck—36,00 m wide and 2,75 m deep—with two planes of supporting cables that converge. 17 BEAMS SUBJECTED TO TORSION AND BENDING -I INTRODUCTION When a beam is transversely loaded in such a manner that the resultant force passes through the longitudinal shear centre axis, the beam only bends and no torsion will occur.

When the resultant acts away from the shear centre axis, then the beam will not only bend but also Size: KB. Chapter 7: Box Girder Bridges A bridge box girder consists of, see Fig. a concrete deck or an orthotropic steel deck serving as the top flange.

a stiffened plate as a bottom flange. Web plates, vertical or inclined. Each box is stiffened longitudinally by bulb flat stiffeners and transversely by angle stiffeners forming ring frames at 17 m centres as shown in Fig. dimensions of a typical box are shown in Fig.

are provided across the full width of the box to prevent local buckling of the steel top flange but the effects of shear lag cause the studs nearest to the webs to be significantly Cited by: 2. The three cross sections illustrated demonstrate some of the different ways in which the torsionally stiff box section have been used to support the deck slab.

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A bracing system is a secondary but essential part of a bridge structure. A bracing system serves to stabilize the main girders during construction, to contribute to the distribution of load effects and to provide restraint to compression flanges or chords where they would otherwise be free to buckle article provides guidance on the design of bracing systems; additional guidance.

Flats, angles and bulb plates have all been widely used and are generally the cheapest to provide, splice and maintain, but for elements in compression they are definitely not structurally the best and torsionally stiff stiffeners should be used whenever possible as they are greatly superior in the post-buckling stage.

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FHWA-IF - Vol. 4 This is a threespan continuous bridge with a steel deck system. The deck system consists of an orthotropic steel box girder, feet wide and 15 feet deep, accommodating six traffic lanes. However, this requires the use of a torsionally.

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In this case loads on an analysis model should be applied to the primary structure to keep global and local effects separate. Details of methods of modelling different deck types are given in 'Bridge Deck Behaviour' by E.C.

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behaved like a torsionally stiff box. There are at least three types of redundancy: only the first one listed is accepted by some owners, however. Statical redundancy (i.e., a statically indeterminate structure). A continuous girder bridge is statically redundant. Multiple load paths, usually as identified in the principal cross-section.

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Truss Bridges As an example of a truss bridge using a steel plate deck the Fulda Rice Bridge in Bergshausen, Germany, is shown in Figure [72], In this 7-span continuous truss bridge the deck plate and the longitudinal ribs participate in the upper chord ‘The detail of the ribs of this bridge is shown in Figure Another example of a.

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