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Bridge Construction Equipment

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Descripción

Bridge Construction Equipment provides exhaustive coverage of new and emerging bridge construction technology and modern construction methods for all bridge professionals looking to save time, labour and costs, reduce risk, and increase the value and quality of projects through mechanized bridge construction.


Características

  • ISBN: 9780727758088
  • Páginas: 488
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2013

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Contenido Bridge Construction Equipment

Bridge Construction Equipment provides exhaustive coverage of new and emerging bridge construction technology and modern construction methods for all bridge professionals looking to save time, labour and costs, reduce risk, and increase the value and quality of projects through mechanized bridge construction.

Bridge construction equipment is becoming increasingly more complex and sophisticated. With extensive illustrations, the book explores industry trends for every family of machines and their configurations for operations, loading, kinematics, launch and lock systems, performance, productivity and structure-equipment interaction. Each chapter also includes extensive coverage of deck fabrication.

Through numerous case studies, the book examines design and operational flaws, as identified by the author throughout his 31 years in the industry, describes the design and procurement of specialist equipment, and provides an outline of technical specifications for easy adaptation to specific cases.

Addressing the needs of bridge owners, architects and forensic, resident and construction engineers, as well as contractors, designers, manufacturers, inspectors, safety planners and bridge academics, Bridge Construction Equipment delivers guidance for the use of specialist mechanized equipment during each stage of the bridge construction process.

Contents

Introduction

Contents
1.1. Construction cost of a bridge deck
1.2. Introduction to bridge construction equipment
1.3. Typical configurations of bridge construction equipment References

 Beam launchers

Contents
2.1. Technology of beam precasting
2.2. Straddle carriers and heavy lifters
2.3. Beam launchers References

Self-launching gantries for span-by-span erection of precast segments

Contents
3.1. Technology of precast segmental construction
3.2 Technology of span-by-span erection of precast segments
3.3. Twin-girder overhead gantries
3.4. Single-girder overhead gantries
 3.5. Underslung gantries References

Launching gantries for macro-segmental construction

Contents
4.1. Technology of macro-segmental construction
4.2. Twin-girder overhead gantries for span-by-span erection of adjacent macro-segmental decks
4.3. Twin-girder overhead gantries for balanced cantilever macro-segmental construction References
  
Movable Scaffolding Systems (MSS) for in-place span-by-span casting

Contents
5.1. Technology of span-by-span casting
5.2. Advancing shoring based on ground falsework
5.3. Twin-girder overhead MSS
5.4. Single-girder overhead MSS
5.5. Modular single-truss overhead MSS for long spans
5.6. Underslung MSS References

Forming carriages for the deck slab of composite bridges

Contents
6.1. Technology of composite bridges
6.2. Forming carriages References

Self-launching equipment for balanced cantilever construction

Contents
7.1. Technology of precast segmental balanced cantilever erection
7.2. Lifting frames
7.3. Cable cranes
7.4. Lifting platforms for suspension bridges
7.5. Launching gantries
7.6. Technology of in-place balanced cantilever casting
7.7. Overhead form travellers
7.8. Underslung form travellers
7.9. Form travellers for concrete arches
7.10. Form travellers for cable-stayed and extradosed bridges
7.11. Suspension-girder MSSs References

Special equipment for precast spans

Contents
8.1. Technology of full-span precasting
8.2. Tyre trolleys and span launchers
8.3. Portal carriers with underbridge
8.4. SMPT References

Design loads and load combinations

Contents
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Design loads common to most bridge construction equipment
9.3. Design loads of MSSs
9.4. Design loads of heavy lifters
9.5. Launch and restraint systems
9.6. Winch trolleys
9.7. Service life and reconditioning References

Analysis and design

Contents
10.1. Numerical modelling
10.2. Ideal and actual trusses
10.3. Truss instability
10.4. P-delta effect
10.5. Buckling analysis
10.6. Robustness of trusses
10.7. Instability of I- and box girders
10.8. Instability of support members
10.9. Material-related failures
10.10. Permanent connections
10.11. Field splices
10.12. Repairs during operations
10.13. Programmable control systems References

From procurement to safe operations

Contents
11.1. Contractual environment
11.2. Request for Proposal
11.3. Design documents
11.4. Risk management
11.5. Safety References

Forensics

Contents
12.1. Introduction
12.2. Emergency response to failure
12.3. Forensic investigation
 12.4. Case studies References

Terminology/Glossary

References
  
Acknowledgements

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