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Advanced Problems in Bridge Construction (Cism International Centre for Mechanical Sciences Courses & Lectures) epub

by G. Creazza,M. Mele


Advanced Problems in Bridge Construction (Cism International Centre for Mechanical Sciences Courses & Lectures) epub

ISBN: 0387823182

ISBN13: 978-0387823188

Author: G. Creazza,M. Mele

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Engineering

Language: English

Publisher: Springer Verlag (January 1, 1992)

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Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM .

Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume 316). This introduction to the course is not emphasizing such applications of the modern technique which are at the frontier of the present possibilities as the bridge of the Messina strait or the Gibraltar strait, fascinating problems certainly reserved to very exclusive groups of engineers. Axial Load Longitudinal Reinforcement Expansion Joint Sudden Intervention Truss Bridge. In: Creazza . Mele M. (eds) Advanced Problems in Bridge Construction. International Centre for Mechanical Sciences (Courses and Lectures), vol 316. Springer, Vienna.

This volume deals with the most modern and topical problems of bridge design

This volume deals with the most modern and topical problems of bridge design. The topics presented allow to tackle both al as well as ve aspects of the design problem, pointing out how in the case of bridges, specifically for long span bridges, the two aspects are absolutely inseparable. In modern bridges, reasons of technical and economic feasibility oblige an extreme parceling of the construction process, with the consequent need to revise, with respect to the past, both design concepts as well as the theoretical apparatus of analysis that governs it.

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CISM Courses and Lectures I. 316 - G. CREAZZA - M. MELE - (1991) Advanced Problems in Bridge Construction. 339 - P. CAMION - P. CHARPIN - S. HARARI - (1993) Eurocode ‘92: International Symposium on Coding Theory and Applications.

CISM Courses and Lectures IV. 300 - I. St. DOLTSINIS - (1989) Advances in Computational Nonlinear Mechanics. 317 - F. CASCIATI - . ROBERTS - (1991) Reliability Problems: General Principles and Applications in Mechanics of Solids and Structures. 340 - F. CASCIATI - (1993) Dynamic Motion: Chaotic and Stochastic Behaviour. 341 - A. JEFFREY - J. ENGELBRECHT - (1994) Nonlinear Waves in Solids.

Series: Cism International Centre for Mechanical Sciences Courses & Lectures. Publisher: Springer Verlag (December 1, 1993).

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This volume deals with the most modern and topical problems of bridge design. The topics presented allow to tackle both theoretical-analytical as well as technical-constructive aspects of the design problem, pointing out how in the case of bridges, specifically for long span bridges, the two aspects are absolutely inseparable. In modern bridges, reasons of technical and economic feasibility oblige an extreme parceling of the construction process, with the consequent need to revise, with respect to the past, both design concepts as well as the theoretical apparatus of analysis that governs it. All this can clearly be derived from reading the present volume, in which the different contributions stress theoretical and technical questions of particular interest and topicality, without claiming to approach them systematically, but offering clear procedural rules and trend indications. With reference to the theoretical approach, some of particular importance are reviewed, such as the possibility of using limit analysis, the simplification of the design process for bridges, durability, and computer aided design. For what concerns the bridge typologies and the corresponding constructive problems, the emphasis is mostly on the ones still in an evolutionary phase, that is long span suspended/stayed bridges and cantilever built bridges with prefabricated segments.