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Bridge Loads: An International Perspective

Colin O'Connor and Peter A. Shaw
Format
Book
Published
London ; New York : Spon Press, 2000.
Language
English
ISBN
0419246002 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • Chapter 2 Failure 14
  • 2.1 Nature of failure 14
  • 2.2 Collapse of a building frame 16
  • 2.3 Failure under moving loads 27
  • 2.5 Brittle fracture 51
  • 2.6 Fatigue 56
  • Chapter 3 Design philosophies 59
  • 3.1 Design at working loads 59
  • 3.2 Design for collapse 60
  • 3.3 Limit states design 61
  • Chapter 4 Codes of practice 72
  • 4.2 British codes for highway bridges 72
  • 4.3 Standard specifications for American highway bridges 78
  • 4.4 Ontario and Canadian highway bridge design codes 83
  • 4.5 Some European codes for highway bridges 90
  • 4.6 Eurocode for highway bridges 94
  • 4.7 Australian codes for highway bridges 96
  • 4.8 British Standards for railway bridges 100
  • 4.9 American Railway Engineering Association 104
  • 4.10 Eurocode for railway bridges 106
  • 4.11 Australian code for railway bridges 107
  • 4.12 South African Bridge Code 109
  • 4.13 Review 109
  • Chapter 5 Selection of primary loads and load factors 114
  • 5.1 Probability models 114
  • 5.2 Probability of failure for non-normal distributions 122
  • 5.3 Code calibration 124
  • 5.4 Selection of the primary live loads 130
  • 5.5 Legal limits and costs 146
  • 5.6 Bridge life and acceptable risk 155
  • 5.7 Reserves of strength 158
  • 5.8 Bridge evaluation and proof testing 159
  • 5.9 Serviceability loads 161
  • Chapter 6 Multiple presence, progressive failure and fatigue 164
  • 6.1 Multiple presence 164
  • 6.2 Progressive failure 174
  • 6.3 Fatigue loading 176
  • Chapter 7 Dynamic vehicle loads 182
  • 7.2 Measured impact values 183
  • 7.3 Road and rail roughness 194
  • 7.4 Analyses for bridge-vehicle interaction 198
  • 7.5 Code provisions for horizontal dynamic loads 216
  • Chapter 8 Light rail 225
  • Chapter 9 Pedestrian and cycle loads 234
  • 9.1 Nature of pedestrian loading 234
  • 9.2 Periodic and impulsive loads 239
  • 9.3 Perception of vibration 241
  • Chapter 10 Barrier and railing loads 244
  • 10.1 Vehicle barriers 244
  • 10.2 Pedestrian and bicycle barriers 254
  • 10.3 Light rail barriers 255
  • 10.4 Railway barriers 256
  • Chapter 11 Stream loads 259
  • 11.2 Stream flows 262
  • 11.3 Scour 272
  • 11.4 Flow loads on piers and bridges 279
  • 11.5 Debris and ship-impact loads 283
  • 11.6 Effects of ice 286
  • Chapter 12 Wind, earthquake and temperature effects 289
  • 12.1 Wind velocities 289
  • 12.2 Wind forces 298
  • 12.3 Buffeting 304
  • 12.4 Aerodynamic instability 307
  • 12.5 Earthquake loads 316
  • 12.6 Temperature effects 323.
Description
vii, 350 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [327]-342) and index.
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