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The assessment of the load‐bearing capacity and fatigue strength of existing railway bridges has been playing an increasingly important role in the infrastructure management of railway operators for several years now. Currently, many bridge structures have been in operation longer than it was...
Among the most frequent tasks occurring in railway bridge construction, there is the replacement of old structures of length up to 25 m. To reduce the own weight, old bridges are usually erected without a ballast bed. On the contrary, today railway bridges are provided with a ballast bed with a...
The article presents the current status of the revision of EN 1993‐1‐11 with regard to the design of saddles and clamps for ropes or for parallel wire tension components for suspended structures. The focus here is on presenting a general approach for clamps. For saddles, emphasis is on types...
A structural soundness monitoring system for building steel structures is effective for a quick inspection just after large earthquakes. A damage‐controlled structure can be monitored effectively because damage is strictly concentrated in energy‐absorbed members, and that, in this case, the...
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