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Accidental damage to prestressed concrete bridge girders may occur due to impact by over-height vehicles on the bottom of the girder, or the top flange of the girder may be damaged during deck removal and replacement operations. Since stress checks at service loads are an important component of...
Northeast extreme tee (NEXT) precast prestressed concrete beams have recently emerged as a promising solution to accelerate bridge construction and enhance the sustainability of bridges. To date, several studies on the live load distribution factor (LLDF) for moment and shear in NEXT F beam...
The use of integral abutments in bridges goes back many years to the late 1930’s in the United States. Over the years, integral bridges became more popular as more and more states built those bridges and more engineers became familiar with their design and construction. These bridges are being...
Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) systems, in combination with controlled load tests, can provide valuable data for calibrating high fidelity bridge models, which can then be used for evaluating the long-term performance of the bridge, improved load ratings, and permit vehicle evaluation. The...
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