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Delaware’s Indian River Inlet Bridge opened to traffic in May of 2012. The cable-stayed bridge has a main span of 289 m and back spans of 121 m. It was constructed using a combination of cast-in-place and pre-cast reinforced concrete. In an effort to enhance the long-term maintenance and...
A state-of-the-art structural health monitoring system was installed on the new Indian River Inlet Bridge in Delaware. The system has been operational since the opening of the bridge in 2012 and is functioning as designed. The system collects information relating to the global behavior of the...
This paper presents the result of a study on the effect of Spatially Varying Earthquake Ground Motions (SVEGM) on the dynamic responses of a long span bridge and the influence of soil types on SVEGM. The spatial ground motions are simulated according to conditional method by SIMQKE II record...
During last years a new constructive sequence of viaducts with movable scaffolding system (MSS) has been developed in Spain. This sequence is based on a self-supporting core that is formed by the bottom slab, webs and the cantilevers of the top slab so the MSS can advance to the next span and...
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