BRIDGE EVALUATION METHOD USING METROLOGICAL METHODS IN SHORT AND LONG-TERM MEASUREMENTS

3rd International Conference on Road and Rail Infrastructure (CETRA 2014)

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Title BRIDGE EVALUATION METHOD USING METROLOGICAL METHODS IN SHORT AND LONG-TERM MEASUREMENTS
 
Creator Gert Gommola; GESA Germany; ASAM;
Peter Krempels
 
Subject bridges evaluation; metrological methods; short–term measurements; long–term monitoring
 
Description Bridges are an essential component of the train and vehicle traffic network. Increasing traffic loads, the demand for faster transit speeds and the possible influences of weather effects drive the need to evaluate existing bridges that in some cases have been in use for decades. The existing construction documentation is not always sufficient to obtain reliable statements about e.g. the remaining useful life or changing utilization conditions. Suitable metrological methods combined with calculation models allow these tasks to be resolved.
 
Publisher CETRA 2014
 
Contributor Deutsche Bahn - Department of Bridge Measurement Magdeburg
 
Date 2017-02-28 16:37:06
 
Type Peer-reviewed Paper
 
Identifier http://master.grad.hr/cetra/ocs/index.php/cetra3/cetra2014/paper/view/260
 
Source CETRA 2014; 3rd International Conference on Road and Rail Infrastructure
 
Language en
 
Rights <p>Authors who submit to this conference agree to the following terms:<br /> <strong>a)</strong> Authors retain copyright over their work, while allowing the conference to place this unpublished work under a <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/">Creative Commons Attribution License</a>, which allows others to freely access, use, and share the work, with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and its initial presentation at this conference. <br /> <strong>b)</strong> Submitted full papers will be published in the book of proceedings "Road and Rail Infrastructure II" as well as in digital form (on a CD). Conference organiser is allowed to publish author's names, institution and country as well as the paper abstract on the conference web site.</p>
 

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