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Theory and Design of Bridges

ISBN/ASIN: 9780471570974,9780470172889 | 1993 | English | pdf | 1459/1459 pages | 31.6 Mb
Author: Dr. Petros P. Xanthakos(auth.)

Covers current design techniques for both allowable stress and new load and resistance factor design (LRFD) approaches recommended by the forthcoming American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials draft specifications. Addresses the need for repair or replacement of 225,000 U.S. highway bridges as well as the need for 70,000 new bridges in the next 15 years.Content:
Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–36):
Chapter 2 Design Methods and Loads (pages 37–146):
Chapter 3 Reinforced Concrete Bridges (pages 147–295):
Chapter 4 Steel I?Beam Bridges (pages 296–412):
Chapter 5 Welded Plate Girder and Box Girder Bridges (pages 413–530):
Chapter 6 Steel Bridges Curved in Plan (pages 531–605):
Chapter 7 Orthotropic Deck Bridges (pages 606–729):
Chapter 8 Segmental Concrete Bridges (pages 730–780):
Chapter 9 Trusses, Movable Bridges, and Cable?Stayed Bridges (pages 781–890):
Chapter 10 Elastic Arch Bridges (pages 891–1053):
Chapter 11 Special Bridge Types (pages 1054–1113):
Chapter 12 Topics Relevant to Design (pages 1114–1245):
Chapter 13 Bridge Details (pages 1246–1355):
Chapter 14 Substructures (pages 1356–1432):

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