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By Gerard Parke, Nigel Hewson

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ISBN-13: 9780727734525

The totally revised, restructured and up-to-date moment variation of the ICE handbook of Bridge Engineering has been written and edited by way of a group of major specialists and provides useful contributions from around the box inside of a unmarried source. the second one version comprehensively addresses key subject inside of bridge engineering, from background and aesthetics to layout, development and upkeep matters.

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The general distribution is indicated in Figure 29. Positive represents a rapid rise in temperature of the deck slab due to direct sunlight (solar radiation). Negative represents a falling ambient temperature due to heat loss (re-radiation) from the structure. 4. The critical parameters are the thickness of the surfacing, the thickness of the deck slab and the nature of the beam. Concrete construction falls within Group 4. Temperature differences cause curvature of the deck and result in internal primary and secondary stresses within the structure.

When the concrete deck slab is poured it flows more or less freely over the top of the precast beam and additional stresses are induced in the beam due to the wet concrete. As it begins to set, however, it begins to bond to the top of the precast beam and because it is partially restrained by the precast beam below, shrinkage stresses are induced in both the slab and the beam. Tensile stresses are induced in the slab and compressive stresses in the top region of the beam. For the purposes of analysis a fully composite section is assumed, and the same principles applied as when calculating temperature stresses.

01 m diameter, uniform sediment Bridge pier Abutment dg dl dt df = general scour = local scour = total scour = foundation depth YU dt df dg dl General scour Local scour Section A–A Figure 33 Example bridge, showing definition of symbols used in the equations (courtesy of Department of Transport) support region, are shown in Figure 35. The shapes (rather than the actual values) are the dominant feature of each line. The IL for the bending moment at an internal support always consists of two adjacent concave sections followed by alternate convex and concave sections, and the IL for the bending moment in the mid-span region always consists of a cusped section followed by alternate convex and concave sections.

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