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This paper presents the results of a finite element (FE) study on the analysis of reinforced concrete decks in multi-cell box girder bridges under wheel loading. The deck bending moments were investigated for typical multi-cell box girder bridges with various overhang widths and girder spacings....
An integral abutment is a feasible mechanism with which to transfer temperature- and traffic-induced horizontal loading of bridges, and has been adopted by many highway departments in the new construction of highway bridges. However, nationally accepted design specifications do not exist. Each...
This paper demonstrates the use of field measurements to evaluate the performance of integral abutment bridges and to check the validity of the design assumptions. A newly constructed integral abutment bridge was heavily instrumented to monitor its long-term performance under the effects of...
The Federal Bridge Formula calculates the maximum allowable load that can legally be imposed on a bridge by any group of two or more consecutive axles on a vehicle or combination of vehicles. In the United States, trucks are typically allowed unrestricted operation and are generally considered...
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