Vehicular Analysis of a Bridge Structure Considering IRC Loading Condition using Sap 2000


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Title Vehicular Analysis of a Bridge Structure Considering IRC Loading Condition using Sap 2000
Creator Singh, Nikhil Kumar
Yadav, Jyoti
Subject Structural Analysis, SAP2000, Pre-tensioning, Foam Concrete, Deck, Bridge, Vehicular load.
Description A beam bridge is a bridge that uses struts as a method of supporting the deck. A bridge consists of three sections: the foundation consisting of protrusions and supports and the substructure consisting of protrusions and quay and the superstructure (bracing, cantilever or curve) and the deck. A beam bridge is probably the most manufactured and used bridge on the planet. Its basic plant, at its best, can be likened to a tree trunk extending to one side to alternate across a stream or river. All decks consist of two main parts: the substructure and the superstructure. The superstructure is everything from the support cushions to - it's the thing that supports the posts and it's the most distinctive part of the deck. The substructure is the device that exchanges the poles of the superstructure on the ground. The two sections must work together to form a strong and durable bridge. Prestressed concrete is basically concrete where the internal concern is reasonable and the pressure propagation created by the external load is concentrated to the desired extent. In this research, we analyze a beam bridge with the effect of prestressed concrete and compare it to a generic deck bridge. Regarding the finite element analysis, the analysis of forces and costs. Here it is concluded that the implementation of a prestressed ceiling results in an economical, stable and load-resistant element.
Date 2021-11-11
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE; Volume 7, Issue 11, November 2021; 11-21
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Nikhil Kumar Singh, Jyoti Yadav

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