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Computational analysis and design of bridge structures / Chung C. Fu, Shuqing Wang.

By: Fu, C. C. (Chung C.).
Contributor(s): Wang, Shuqing (Highway engineer).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boca Raton, FL (USA) : CRC Press, 2015Description: xxiii, 607 p. : il., gráficas, fotografías ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781466579842 (hardback : acidfree paper).Subject(s): PUENTES -- DISEÑO Y CONSTRUCCIÓN -- PROCESAMIENTO DE DATOS | TECNOLOGÍA E INGENIERÍADDC classification: 624.25
Contents:
Part I General Introduction History of bridges Bridge types and design process Loads and load factors Current development of analysis and design of bridges Outlook on analysis and design of bridges Approximate and refined analysis methods Introduction Various bridge structural forms Approximate analysis methods Plane frame analysis method Refined analysis methods Different types of bridges with their selected mathematical modeling Numerical methods in bridge structure analysis Introduction Finite element method Automatic time incremental creep analysis method Influence line/surface live loading method Part II Bridge behavior and modeling Reinforced concrete bridges Introduction Concrete and steel material properties Behavior of nonskewed/skewed concrete beam–slab bridges Principle and modeling of concrete beam–slab bridges 2D and 3D illustrated examples: Three-span continuous skewed concrete slab bridges 2D and 3D illustrated examples: RC T-beam bridge 3D illustrated examples: Skewed simple-span transversely post-tensioned adjacent precast-concrete slab bridges—Knoxville Bridge, Frederick, Maryland Prestressed/post-tensioned concrete bridges Prestressing basics Principle and modeling of prestressing 2D illustrated example of a prototype prestressed/post-tensioned concrete bridge in the United States 3D illustrated example of a double-cell post-tensioning concrete bridge—Verzasca 2 bridge, Switzerland 3D illustrated example of US23043 precast prestressed concrete beam bridge—Maryland Illustrated example of a three-span prestressed box-girder bridge Illustrated example of long-span concrete cantilever bridges—Jiangsu, People’s Republic of China Curved concrete bridges Basics of curved concrete bridges Principle and modeling of curved concrete bridges Spine model illustrated examples of Pengpo Interchange, Henan, People’s Republic of China Grillage model illustrated examples—FHWA Bridge No. 4 185 3D finite element model illustrated examples—NCHRP case study bridge Straight and curved steel I-girder bridges Behavior of steel I-girder bridges Principle and modeling of steel I-girder bridges 2D and 3D illustrated example of a haunched steel I-girder bridge—MD140 Bridge, Maryland 2D and 3D illustrated example of a curved steel I-girder bridge—Rock Creek Trail Pedestrian Bridge, Maryland 2D and 3D illustrated example of a skewed and kinked steel I-girder bridge with straddle bent 2D and 3D illustrated example of a global and local modeling of a simple-span steel I-girder bridge—I-270 Middlebrook Road Bridge, Germantown, Maryland Straight and curved steel box girder bridges Behavior of steel box girder bridges Principle and modeling of steel box girder bridges 2D and 3D illustrated examples of a straight box girder bridge 2D and 3D illustrated examples of a curved box girder bridge—Metro bridge over I495, Washington, DC 2D and 3D illustrated examples of three-span curved box girder bridge—Estero Parkway Bridge, Lee County, Florida Arch bridges Introduction Construction of arch bridges Principle and analysis of arch bridges Modeling of arch bridges 3D illustrated example of construction analyses—Yajisha Bridge, Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China 3D illustrated example of a proposed tied-arch bridge analyses—Linyi, People’s Republic of China 3D illustrated example of an arch bridge—Liujiang Yellow River Bridge, Zhengzhou, People’s Republic of China Steel truss bridges Introduction Behavior of steel truss bridges Principle and modeling of steel truss bridges 3D illustrated example—Pedestrian pony truss bridge 2D illustrated example—Tydings Bridge, Maryland 3D illustrated example—Francis Scott Key Bridge, Maryland 3D illustrated examples—Shang Xin Bridge, Zhejiang, People’s Republic of China Cable-stayed bridges Basics of cable-stayed bridges Behavior of cable-stayed bridges Construction control Principle and modeling of cable-stayed bridges Illustrated example of Sutong Bridge, Jiangsu, People’s Republic of China Illustrated example with dynamic mode analysis of Panyu Bridge, Guangdong, People’s Republic of China Illustrated example with dynamic mode analysis of long cables with crossties Suspension bridges Basics of suspension bridges Construction of suspension bridges Behavior of suspension bridges Principle and modeling of suspension bridges 3D illustrated example of Chesapeake Bay Suspension Bridge, Maryland Part III Special topics of bridges Strut-and-tie modeling Principle of strut-and-tie model Hand-calculation example of STM 2D illustrated example 1—Abutment on pile 2D illustrated example 2—Walled pier 2D illustrated example 3—Crane beam 2D/3D illustrated example 4—Hammerhead Pier of Thomas Jefferson Bridge 2D illustrated example 5—Integral bent cap Alternate compatibility STM and 2D illustrated example 6—Cracked deep bent cap Stability Basics of structural stability Buckling FEM approach of stability analysis 3D illustrated example with linear buckling analysis of a pony truss, Pennsylvania 3D illustrated example with linear buckling analysis of a standard simple arch rib 3D illustrated example with linear buckling analysis of a proposed tied-arch bridge—Linyi, People’s Republic of China 3D illustrated example with nonlinear stability analysis of a cable-stayed bridge, Jiangsu, People’s Republic of China Redundancy analysis Basics of bridge redundancy Principle and modeling of bridge redundancy analysis 3D example with redundancy analysis of a pony truss, Pennsylvania 3D redundancy analysis under blast loading of a PC beam bridge, Maryland 3D analysis under blast loading of a steel plate girder bridge, Maryland Integral bridges Basics of integral bridges Principle and analysis of IABs Modeling of IABs Illustrated example of a steel girder bridge in soil spring finite element model Illustrated example of a steel girder bridge in 3D soil continuum finite element model Dynamic/earthquake analysis Basics of dynamic analysis Principle of bridge dynamic analysis Modeling of bridge for dynamic analysis 3D illustrated example of earthquake analysis by SPA, MPA, and NL-THA—FHWA Bridge No. 4536 3D illustrated example of a high-pier bridge subjected to oblique incidence seismic waves—Pingtang bridge, People’s Republic of China Bridge geometry Introduction Roadway curves Curve calculations Curve and surface tessellation Bridge deck point calculations Precast segmental bridge geometry control Trend of bridge computer modeling and visualization References Index
Summary: Las estructuras de puentes varían considerablemente en la forma, tamaño, complejidad e importancia. Los métodos para su análisis y diseño computacional de la gama aproximada de análisis refinado, y la rápida mejora de la tecnología informática ha hecho que los métodos más refinados y complejos de análisis más común. Los principales métodos de análisis y técnicas de modelado correspondientes figuran, principalmente para puentes de carreteras, sino también con un poco de información sobre los puentes ferroviarios. temas especiales, tales como el modelado de bielas y tirantes, lineal y no lineal análisis de pandeo, análisis de redundancia, puentes integrales, análisis dinámico / terremoto, y la geometría del puente también están cubiertos. El material es en gran parte de código independiente. El libro está escrito para los estudiantes, especialmente a nivel de maestría, y para la práctica de los profesionales de las oficinas de diseño de puentes y autoridades diseño de puentes en todo el mundo.
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Part I

General

Introduction

History of bridges

Bridge types and design process

Loads and load factors

Current development of analysis and design of bridges

Outlook on analysis and design of bridges

Approximate and refined analysis methods

Introduction

Various bridge structural forms

Approximate analysis methods

Plane frame analysis method

Refined analysis methods

Different types of bridges with their selected mathematical modeling

Numerical methods in bridge structure analysis

Introduction

Finite element method

Automatic time incremental creep analysis method

Influence line/surface live loading method

Part II

Bridge behavior and modeling

Reinforced concrete bridges

Introduction

Concrete and steel material properties

Behavior of nonskewed/skewed concrete beam–slab bridges

Principle and modeling of concrete beam–slab bridges

2D and 3D illustrated examples: Three-span continuous skewed concrete slab bridges

2D and 3D illustrated examples: RC T-beam bridge

3D illustrated examples: Skewed simple-span transversely post-tensioned adjacent precast-concrete slab bridges—Knoxville Bridge, Frederick, Maryland

Prestressed/post-tensioned concrete bridges

Prestressing basics

Principle and modeling of prestressing

2D illustrated example of a prototype prestressed/post-tensioned concrete bridge in the United States

3D illustrated example of a double-cell post-tensioning concrete bridge—Verzasca 2 bridge, Switzerland

3D illustrated example of US23043 precast prestressed concrete beam bridge—Maryland

Illustrated example of a three-span prestressed box-girder bridge

Illustrated example of long-span concrete cantilever bridges—Jiangsu, People’s Republic of China

Curved concrete bridges

Basics of curved concrete bridges

Principle and modeling of curved concrete bridges

Spine model illustrated examples of Pengpo Interchange, Henan, People’s Republic of China

Grillage model illustrated examples—FHWA Bridge No. 4 185

3D finite element model illustrated examples—NCHRP case study bridge

Straight and curved steel I-girder bridges

Behavior of steel I-girder bridges

Principle and modeling of steel I-girder bridges

2D and 3D illustrated example of a haunched steel I-girder bridge—MD140 Bridge, Maryland

2D and 3D illustrated example of a curved steel I-girder bridge—Rock Creek Trail Pedestrian Bridge, Maryland

2D and 3D illustrated example of a skewed and kinked steel I-girder bridge with straddle bent

2D and 3D illustrated example of a global and local modeling of a simple-span steel I-girder bridge—I-270 Middlebrook Road Bridge, Germantown, Maryland

Straight and curved steel box girder bridges

Behavior of steel box girder bridges

Principle and modeling of steel box girder bridges

2D and 3D illustrated examples of a straight box girder bridge

2D and 3D illustrated examples of a curved box girder bridge—Metro bridge over I495, Washington, DC

2D and 3D illustrated examples of three-span curved box girder bridge—Estero Parkway Bridge, Lee County, Florida

Arch bridges

Introduction

Construction of arch bridges

Principle and analysis of arch bridges

Modeling of arch bridges

3D illustrated example of construction analyses—Yajisha Bridge, Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China

3D illustrated example of a proposed tied-arch bridge analyses—Linyi, People’s Republic of China

3D illustrated example of an arch bridge—Liujiang Yellow River Bridge, Zhengzhou, People’s Republic of China

Steel truss bridges

Introduction

Behavior of steel truss bridges

Principle and modeling of steel truss bridges

3D illustrated example—Pedestrian pony truss bridge

2D illustrated example—Tydings Bridge, Maryland

3D illustrated example—Francis Scott Key Bridge, Maryland

3D illustrated examples—Shang Xin Bridge, Zhejiang, People’s Republic of China

Cable-stayed bridges

Basics of cable-stayed bridges

Behavior of cable-stayed bridges

Construction control

Principle and modeling of cable-stayed bridges

Illustrated example of Sutong Bridge, Jiangsu, People’s Republic of China

Illustrated example with dynamic mode analysis of Panyu Bridge, Guangdong, People’s Republic of China

Illustrated example with dynamic mode analysis of long cables with crossties

Suspension bridges

Basics of suspension bridges

Construction of suspension bridges

Behavior of suspension bridges

Principle and modeling of suspension bridges

3D illustrated example of Chesapeake Bay Suspension Bridge, Maryland

Part III

Special topics of bridges

Strut-and-tie modeling

Principle of strut-and-tie model

Hand-calculation example of STM

2D illustrated example 1—Abutment on pile

2D illustrated example 2—Walled pier

2D illustrated example 3—Crane beam

2D/3D illustrated example 4—Hammerhead Pier of Thomas Jefferson Bridge

2D illustrated example 5—Integral bent cap

Alternate compatibility STM and 2D illustrated example 6—Cracked deep bent cap

Stability

Basics of structural stability

Buckling

FEM approach of stability analysis

3D illustrated example with linear buckling analysis of a pony truss, Pennsylvania

3D illustrated example with linear buckling analysis of a standard simple arch rib

3D illustrated example with linear buckling analysis of a proposed tied-arch bridge—Linyi, People’s Republic of China

3D illustrated example with nonlinear stability analysis of a cable-stayed bridge, Jiangsu, People’s Republic of China

Redundancy analysis

Basics of bridge redundancy

Principle and modeling of bridge redundancy analysis

3D example with redundancy analysis of a pony truss, Pennsylvania

3D redundancy analysis under blast loading of a PC beam bridge, Maryland

3D analysis under blast loading of a steel plate girder bridge, Maryland

Integral bridges

Basics of integral bridges

Principle and analysis of IABs

Modeling of IABs

Illustrated example of a steel girder bridge in soil spring finite element model

Illustrated example of a steel girder bridge in 3D soil continuum finite element model

Dynamic/earthquake analysis

Basics of dynamic analysis

Principle of bridge dynamic analysis

Modeling of bridge for dynamic analysis

3D illustrated example of earthquake analysis by SPA, MPA, and NL-THA—FHWA Bridge No. 4536

3D illustrated example of a high-pier bridge subjected to oblique incidence seismic waves—Pingtang bridge, People’s Republic of China

Bridge geometry

Introduction

Roadway curves

Curve calculations

Curve and surface tessellation

Bridge deck point calculations

Precast segmental bridge geometry control

Trend of bridge computer modeling and visualization

References

Index

Las estructuras de puentes varían considerablemente en la forma, tamaño, complejidad e importancia. Los métodos para su análisis y diseño computacional de la gama aproximada de análisis refinado, y la rápida mejora de la tecnología informática ha hecho que los métodos más refinados y complejos de análisis más común. Los principales métodos de análisis y técnicas de modelado correspondientes figuran, principalmente para puentes de carreteras, sino también con un poco de información sobre los puentes ferroviarios. temas especiales, tales como el modelado de bielas y tirantes, lineal y no lineal análisis de pandeo, análisis de redundancia, puentes integrales, análisis dinámico / terremoto, y la geometría del puente también están cubiertos. El material es en gran parte de código independiente. El libro está escrito para los estudiantes, especialmente a nivel de maestría, y para la práctica de los profesionales de las oficinas de diseño de puentes y autoridades diseño de puentes en todo el mundo.

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