Seismic design of bridges, design example no. 6
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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Available to the public from the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.?], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bridges, Concrete -- Design and construction -- Standards -- United States.,
  • Earthquake resistant design -- United States.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesSeismic design course, design example no. 6.
ContributionsUnited States. Federal Highway Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17701965M

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Get this from a library! Seismic design of bridges, design example no. 6: three-span continuous CIP concrete box bridge. [BERGER/ABAM Engineers, Inc.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.; United States. Department of Transportation.; American . See also Design Example No. 4, PB and Design Example No. 6, PB Sponsored by Federal Highway Administration, Denver, CO. Central Federal Lands Highway Div. Document Type: Technical Report: Title Note: Technical manual NTIS Issue Number: Contract Number. Seismic design of bridges, design example no. 2 three-span continuous steel girder bridge (SuDoc TD /) [U.S. Dept of Transportation] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Seismic design of bridges, design example no. 2 three-span Author: U.S. Dept of Transportation. Seminar on Seismic Design and Retrofit of Bridges deck and the new edge girder. Construction of the integral edge girder where the columns are located away from the edge of the roadway (i.e.• in an outrigger configuration) or where the roadway is highly curved results in considerable added mass. Expected Plastic Collapse Mechanism.

Description ATC 6 - Seismic Design Guidelines for Highway Bridges by Applied Technology Council. The Guidelines are the recommendations of a team of sixteen nationally recognized experts that included consulting engineers, academics, state and federal agency representatives from . This thesis is concerned with the seismic design of bridge piers. Particular attention is given to lifeline bridges with reinforced concrete hollow columns. Development of an analytical model to predict the stress-strain behaviour of reinforcing steel under dynamic cyclic loading is by: Because of their structural simplicity, bridges tend to beparticularly vulnerable to damage and even collapse when subjectedto earthquakes or other forms of seismic activity. Recentearthquakes, such as the ones in Kobe, Japan, and Oakland,California, have led to a heightened awareness of seismic risk andhave revolutionized bridge design and retrofit philosophies/5(3). Iron and steel bridges -- Design and construction -- Standards -- United States. | Earthquake resistant design -- United States. Other authors/contributors: United States. Federal Highway Administration: Also Titled: Seismic design course, design example no. 2. Govt. Doc. Number: TD /

Relying heavily on worldwide research associated with recent quakes, Seismic Design and Retrofit of Bridges begins with an in--depth treatment of seismic design philosophy as it applies to bridges. The authors then describe the various geotechnical considerations specific to bridge design, such as soil--structure interaction and traveling wave /5(7). Longitudinal Design: If the bridge is straight, this is generally straightforward, and will often dominate design requirements. Effective damping and design displacement are the main issues. Transverse Design: More complex, but often doesn’t govern. Displacement shape may not be File Size: 3MB. 22 Seismic Design of Non-Conventional Bridges Case Example 1â Cable-Stayed Bridge with Single Pylon The long-span cable-stayed bridge presented here is an example of a single tower and flex- ible deck system that requires performance-based criteria for multilevel seismic ground motion input (see Figures 4, 5, and 6). Synopsis This book addresses the seismic design and retrofit of bridges. It provides detailed information on the seismic considerations in the design of a wide range of substructures including beam and slab, box girder, arch, cable, stayed, and suspension bridges. Topics include damage and 5/5(6).