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design of concrete box spine-beam bridges

B. I. Maisel

design of concrete box spine-beam bridges

by B. I. Maisel

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Published by C.I.R.I.A. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementB.I. Maisel, R.A. Swann.
SeriesCIRIA report -- 52
ContributionsSwann, R. A.
The Physical Object
Pagination52p.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13954062M

  Hammersmith Flyover was certainly one of the earliest bridges to be built as precast, segmental and prestressed: Troyano's Bridge Engineering: A Global Perspective credits the first as being Nagatinsky Bridge, in Moscow, also completed in (although Structurae dates that bridge to ), but his generally excellent book omits the Author: The Happy Pontist. methods to model and analyze the superstructure of horizontally curved concrete box girder highway bridges. In the spine beam model, a 3D frame element is divided into a series of.

The canopy structure comprises Y-shaped columns supporting a longitudinal spine beam formed from fabricated box sections that have extended webs to create service routes. Platforms and canopies sit outboard of the bridge girders, supported on transverse ‘elephant ear’ frames, and as trains pass over the bridges any deflections cause the. It explains step-by-step procedure for the design of each type of foundation with the help of a large number of worked-o.

CHAPTER 12 - SUPERSTRUCTURES MG Latimer SCOPE This Chapter covers the construction of superstructures of bridges and culverts. In the first portion of this chapter six common types of bridge decks are dealt with, each having particular features which need to be considered and monitored. Attention is drawn to these features,File Size: 1MB. The deck is integral with the piers and consists of a single multi-cellular variable-depth post-tensioned concrete box girder. This was built from precast box segments each m long, alternating with m long precast "ribs", which cantilever beyond the box to carry the full width of the deck on: United Kingdom.


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Design of Concrete Box Spine-beam Bridges Hardcover – November 1, by B I Maisel (Author), R A Swann (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import, November 1, "Please retry" Authors: B I Maisel, R A Swann. THE DESIGN OF CONCRETE BOX SPINE-BEAM BRIDGES. The report summarises an extensive examination of existing information, with the object of establishing appropriate methods for the analysis and design of concrete rectangular box spine-beam bridges.

The methods of analysis recommended in the report are verified by model tests on : B I Maisel, R A Swann. The American Concrete Institute. Founded in and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete Cited by: 1.

TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report Development of Design Specifications and Commentary for Horizontally Curved Concrete Box-Girder Bridges explores proposed specifications and examples for the design of horizontally curved concrete box-girder highway bridges.

design approaches of typical precast, prestressed concrete box girder bridges are discussed. A proposed de­ sign is also presented. The design combines the performance require­ ments for a Japanese bridge with the simplicity of American construction practices.

The proposed design in­. Source: Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Vol Issue 4, 1 Dec (–) DISCUSSION. OPTIMUM DESIGN OF CONCRETE Cited by: 9. Development of Design Specifications and Commentary for Horizontally Curved Concrete Box-Girder Bridges.

Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Typical curved line (spine beam) bridge model (showing 3-span unit). Cap Section 6' x 18' Column 8' x 8' Column 7' x 7' Column 6' x 6' Column Area (ft2) 64 49 FOREWORD The Reinforced Concrete Design Manual [SP(11)] is intended to provide guidance and assistance to professionals engaged in the design of cast-in-place reinforced concrete structures.

The first Reinforced Concrete Design Manual (formerly titled ACI Design Handbook) was developed in accordance with the design provisions of ACI Building Code by ACI CommitteeDesign.

Design Specifications and Commentary for Horizontally Curved Concrete Box-Girder Highway Bridges Appendix C Global Analysis Guidelines a. Three Dimensional Spine Beam Analysis General – This analysis approach requires the structure to be modeled as a three-dimensional space frame in which the superstructure is comprised of a series of straightFile Size: 66KB.

The structure size and type report shall provide a brief description of the project and include narratives discussing the following. (01) Discussion of Design Factors The design factors that contribute to the structure size and type analysis shall be discussed within the report Size: 2MB.

Box girder bridges are being made into use at many places. Various studies have been performed so as to develop a more stable structure design by varying the shape of the bridge structure.

Generally, reinforced concrete deck slabs are the most often used type of deck for steel bridges. Concrete deck slabs can be constructed with cast-in-place or precast methods, and typically include mild steel reinforcement in the longitudinal and transverse Size: 2MB.

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CRC Press is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an. In New Mexico, many reinforced concrete slab (RCS) bridges provide service on interstates I, I, and I An accurate strength evaluation of interstate bridges is essential to avoid unnecessary load restrictions. The AASHTO load rating factor f Author: Andrew Adams, Nohemy Galindez, Travis Hopper, Thomas Murphy, P.

Ritchie, V. Storlie, Jared Weisman. Full Beam Design Example CEE – Reinforced Concrete Design – Fall Design the flexural (including cutoffs) and shear reinforcement for a typical interior span of a six span continuous beam with center-to-center spacing of 20 ft.

Assume the supports are 12 inches Size: KB. The spans are made out of precast concrete, with hollow box-units post-tensioned to form a spine beam. Each of the ft spans is made out of 14 precast concrete hollow box-units 7 ft 3in long. Freyssinet (named after Eugène Freyssinet) multi-strand prestressing cables were threaded through ducts in From: Downing Street/London Road (A6).

Integrated Solution System for Bridge and Civil Engineering. midas Civil is state of the art engineering software that set a new standard for the design or bridges and civil structures. It features a distinctively user friendly interface and optimal design solution functions that can account for construction stages and time dependent properties.

A fully detailed design can be prepared with other contract documents for pricing by tenderers. However, it is common practice, particularly for smaller bridges, for the detailed design of a footbridge to be included as part of a design and construct package.

Many fabricators are able to provide such a package, using methods and details of construction developed to suit their particular. Beam bridges, also known as stringer bridges, are the simplest structural forms for bridge spans supported by an abutment or pier at each end.

No moments are transferred throughout the support, hence their structural type is known as simply supported. The simplest beam bridge could be a log (see log bridge), a wood plank, or a stone slab (see clapper bridge) laid across a or: Log bridge.

-- 3 Concrete superstructures-- GENERAL- Preamble- In addition to this General section, this chapter is divided as follows: • slab bridges •- • beam and slab bridges box girder bridges • subways and culverts.concrete, bridges are being built entirely with concrete, either reinforced or prestressed or a combination of both for superstructure.

Many combination of above types are also possible. The common examples of composite construction are: o Concrete beams reinforced with steel bars. o Precast prestressed concrete girder with cast-in-situ RCC slab.Innovation in piers / pylons (substructure) Innovative design of the substructure of bridges is also possible (i.e.

pier ad pier-caps). Selection of a type of pier depends mainly on the loads from superstructure, deck width, span length, pier heights, seismic zone, water / wind loads, and any underground utilities / roads.