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ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering

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The ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering is the industry's leading guide to the engineering of all types of bridges. This book has been written by a team of leading experts and contains all of the key topics that any bridge engineer needs to refer to.


Características

  • ISBN: 9780727763051
  • Páginas: 808
  • Tamaño: 21x30
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Ingles
  • Año: 2022

Compra bajo pedidoDisponibilidad: 3 a 7 Días

Contenido ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering

The ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering is the industry’s leading guide to the engineering of all types of bridges. This book has been written by a team of leading experts and contains all of the key topics that any bridge engineer needs to refer to. All aspects from bridge design, materials and management of bridges to loadings, construction and accessories such as expansion joints, parapets and bearings are covered in this manual. Bridge inspections and economic and sustainable maintenance are also included. Fully updated to a third edition, this book features new chapters on bridge aesthetics and temporary works. It is aligned with the guidance given in the Eurocodes. This book will become your go-to authority on all aspects of bridge design, construction and management.

Fully illustrated and with many examples of best practice, this book features chapters on

    prestressed and reinforced concrete bridges
    loads, load distribution and analysis
    steel and aluminium bridges
    arch bridges
    suspension bridges
    cable-stayed bridges
    moveable and footbridges
    repairing and strengthening

among other topics.

The ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering will be of interest to all practitioners involved in any aspect of the analysis, design, construction, repair, inspection, maintenance, and refurbishment of bridges. It will also appeal to students at university or college, contractors, government agencies and research centres.

Contents
Prefacev
List of contributors


Chapter 1: The history and aesthetic development of bridges
D Bennett


The early history of bridges
Eighteenth-century  bridge building
The past 200 years: bridge development in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Aesthetic design in bridges

Chapter 2: Bridge aesthetics
K Brownlie


There are no rules
Bridge designer
Bridge design
The aesthetic obligation
But is it art?
The constrained typology
Learning from the past
A balanced approach
Cost versus value
Structural form
Modal type
The independent object
The integrated object
Legibility
Good order
Proportions
Component shaping
Materiality
Appurtenances
Lighting
A matter of taste
Epilogue

Chapter 3: Loads and load distribution
NR Hewson


Introduction
Self-weight and superimposed dead loads
Highway traffic loading
Pedestrian loading
Rail traffic loading
Wind
Temperature
Bearing friction
Earthquakes
Snow and ice
Water
Impact and collision loads
Construction loads
Load combinations

Chapter 4: Structural analysis
NE Shanmugam and M Madhavan


Fundamental concept
Flexural member
Trusse
Influence lines
Plates and plated bridge structures
Grillage analysis
Finite-element method
Stiffness of supports: soil–structure interactio
Structural dynamics
Concluding remarks

Chapter 5: Bridge dynamics
A Hodgkinson


Introduction
Principles of structural dynamics
Wind-induced vibration
Earthquake-induced vibration
Human- and vehicle-induced vibration
Collision

Chapter 6: Seismic response and design
AS Elnashai and AM Mwafy


Introduction
Modes of failure in previous earthquakes
Conceptual design issues
Brief review of seismic design codes
Closure

Chapter 7: Substructures
R ScantleburyIntroductio
n

Types of abutment
Abutment design calculations
Types of pier
Pier design considerations
Construction

Chapter 8: Reinforced concrete bridges
D CollingsIntroduction


History and future trends
Structural forms
Materials and analysis
Concept design
Detailed design
Detailing

Chapter 9: Prestressed concrete bridges
NR Hewson

Introduction

Prestressed bridge types
Materials in prestressed concrete bridges
Prestressing systems
Principle of prestressing
Prestress design
Analysis and design of deck types
Design of details
Appendix I. Definitions
Appendix II. Notation

Chapter 10: Steel bridges
GAR Parke, JE Harding and NA Muhamad Khairussaleh

Introduction

Truss bridges
Plate and box girder bridges
Connections
Fatigue

Chapter 11: Composite construction
David Collings


Introduction
Future trends
Structural forms
Materials
Basic concepts
Precast concrete composites
Steel–concrete composite beams
Construction methods
Fatigue

Chapter 12: Aluminium bridges

JW BullIntroduction

What is aluminium and its alloys?
Why aluminium in bridges?
Alloys and product forms
Design and details
Design standards
Fabrication
Fatigue
Fire safety
Historic and recent bridges
Bridge decks and furniture
Corrosion behaviour
Coatings and finishes
Sustainability
Future trends
Acknowledgements

Chapter 13: Arch bridges
C Melbourne and M Gilbe

rtIntroduction

Types of arch bridge
Typical structures
Analysis
Design
Masonry arch construction
Specification
Defects and rehabilitation

Chapter 14: Cable-stayed bridges
DJ Farquhar


Introduction
Stay cable arrangement
Stay oscillations
Pylons
Deck
Preliminary design

Chapter 15: Suspension bridges
V Jones and J Howells


Introduction
Structural cables
Static analysis of loaded cables
The stiffened suspension bridge
Design of bridge elements
Construction
Alternative bridge configurations

Chapter 16: Movable bridges
C BirnstielIntroduction
Types of movable bridge
Structural forms and mechanical–structural interaction
Span drive machinery
Stabilising machinery
Prime mover and controls
Significant movable bridges
Movable bridge design
Construction support4
Construction inspection
Periodic inspection of movable bridge machinery
Future trends
Conclusion
Acknowledgements4

Chapter 17: Footbridges
Saeed Ziaie


Introduction
Brief and general requirements
Context and setting out
Aesthetics
Bridge types
Materials and finishes
Bridge details
Decks and walkway surfaces
Other elements
Construction
Sustainability
Ten examples
Future considerations

Chapter 18: Modern developments of fibre-reinforced polymers used in bridge engineering
L Canning and L Hollaway


IntroductiIon
Reinforcement mechanism of fibre-reinforced polymer composites
Fibre-reinforced polymer composites
Adhesives
Core materials
New bridge structures
FRP bridge decks
Steel-free bridge deck
Bridge enclosures and fairings
The rehabilitation of the civil infrastructure – strengthening or stiffening of existing bridges
FRP composite rebars used as internal reinforcement to concrete
Intelligent structures
Appendix

Chapter 19: Temporary works for bridges
J Tod

Introduction

Constructability and temporary works
The site
Off-site construction
Substructure construction
Superstructure construction
Effects of successive construction stages and temporary conditions during bridge deck construction
Case studies
Decommissioning, dismantling and demolition
Safety in temporary works
Concluding remarks
Appendix.
Further reading

Chapter 20: Bearings
Kennedy Reid and Rob Wheatley


Design
Installation
Inspection and maintenance
Replacement
Illustrations of practice

Chapter 21: Bridge accessories

Pankaj Garg and Wasim Qadir


Introduction
Road restraint system
Expansion joints
Waterproofing
Drainage

Chapter 22: Protection
M Mulheron


Introduction
Water management
Material selection and design
Coating systems
Active protection of metals from corrosion
Protection from physical processes
Summary

Chapter 23: Bridge management
PR Vassie and C Arya

Introduction

Project- and network-level bridge management
Project-level bridge management
Network-level bridge management
Other techniques used in the management of bridges
Recent developments in the field of bridge management systems
Survey of the functionality of BMSs used by bridge owners in the UK

Chapter 24: Deterioration, investigation, monitoring and assessment
C Abdunur

Main causes of degradation
Evaluation and testing methods
Residual strength evaluation
Recalculation of a distressed bridge
Conclusion

Chapter 25: Inspection and assessment
J Sandberg, C Pires, N McKay, J Laco and R Mitchell

Inspector competency

Maintenance inspection
Acceptance inspection
Health and safety for inspection
Environmental aspects for in
Good practice for inspection
Inspection of different types of structure
Introduction to assessment
Levels of assessment
Preferred methods of analysis for assessment
Common problems in conducting assessments
Seeking additional strength from assessments
Additional site investigations
Use of monitoring to verify model behaviour
Reviewing loading on the deck
Realistic models
Orthotropic action in stiffened web and flange plates
Non-linear finite-element analysis and initial imperfections
First principles
Yield lines
Compressive membrane action
Non-linear concrete modelling
Surfacing
Shear in prestressed concrete flanged beams
Inclined neutral axis
Bearing clamping

Chapter 26: Repair, strengthening and replacement
L Canning


Introduction
Repair and strengthening of concrete structures
Repair and strengthening of metal structures
Repair and strengthening of masonry structures
Replacement of structures

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