Introduction of Bridge Engineering

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Overview
1.1 Development of Bridge Engineering
1.1.1 The main stages in bridge development
1.1.2 Bridge development in western countries
1.1.3 Bridge development in China
1.1.4 Typical bridge structures
1.1.5 Future outlook
1.2 Basic Composition and Classification of Bridge Structure
1.2.1 Basic composition
1.2.2 Classification of bridge structure
Chapter 2 Overall Planning and Design of Bridge Structures
2.1 Basic Principles for Bridge Design
2.2 Bridge Design Specifications
2.3 Plane,Elevation and Section Design of Bridge Structure
2.3.1 Plane layout
2.3.2 Elevation design
2.3.3 Section design
2.4 Procedure for Bridge Design and Construction
2.5 Comparison of Bridge Design Project
Chapter 3 Bridge Design Actions
3.1 Action
3.1.1 Action representative value
3.1.2 Action classification
3.2 Action in Specifications
3.2.1 General Code (JTG D60-2015)
3.2.2 AASHTO LRFD (2017)
3.2.3 Railway Bridge Code (TB 10002-2017)
3.3 Combination of Action Effect
3.3.1 General Code (JTG D60-2015)
3.3.2 AASHTOLRFD(2017)
3.3.3 Railway Bridge Code (TB 10002-2017)
3.4 Summary
Chapter 4 Bridge Deck Structure
4.1 Composition and Layout of Bridge Deck Structure
4.2 Bridge Deck Pavement, Drainage and Waterproof System
4.3 Expansion Installation
4.4 Bridge Deck Accessory Structure
Chapter 5 Concrete Girder Bridge
5.1 Structural Characteristics of Concrete Simply-supported Girder Bridges
5.1.1 Cross section type
5.1.2 Girder segment division
5.1.3 Structural arrangement
5.1.4 Structure detail of reinforcement
5.2 Design and Calculation of Concrete Simply Supported Girder Bridge
5.2.1 Calculation of the carriageway slab
5.2.2 Calculation of load transverse distribution
5.2.3 Calculation of the main beam
5.3 Concrete Continuous System Beam Bridge
5.3.1 General arrangement and construction characteristics
5.3.2 Design outline
5.4 Design of a Concrete Simply Supported T-girder Bridge
5.4.1 Design task
5.4.2 Dimensions of the T-girder
5.4.3 Internal force of the main girder
5.4.4 Internal force of carriageway slab
5.4.5 Internal force of diaphragm
5.4.6 Design reference data
Chapter 6 Arch Bridge
6.1 Introduction of Arch Bridge
6.1.1 Basic characteristics and application scope of arch bridge
6.1.2 Composition and main types of arch bridges
6.2 Overall Layout and Design Method of Arch Bridge
6.2.1 Determination of the bridge length and number of spans
6.2.2 Determination of the design elevation and rise-span ratio
6.2.3 Selection of arch axis
6.2.4 Design method of continuous arch bridge with unequal span
6.3 Structural Characteristics of Simple System Arch Bridge
6.3.1 Structural characteristics of the main arch
6.3.2 Spandrel structure
6.3.3 Other structure details
6.3.4 Design of haIf-through and through concrete arch bridge
6.4 Structural Characteristics of Composite System Arch Bridges
6.4.1 Integral arch bridges
6.4.2 The beam-arch composite system arch bridge
6.4.3 Basic composition and structure of the composite system arch bridges
6.5 Construction Method of Arch Bridge
6.5.1 In-situ casting method
6.5.2 Prefabricated installation method
6.5.3 Rotation construction method
6.5.4 Steel tube reinforced concrete strength framework construction
6.6 Future Developments of Arch Bridge
6.6.1 Construction
6.6.2 Technology development
Chapter 7 Cable-stayed Bridge
7.1 General Layout of Cable-stayed Bridge
7.1.1 Overview
7.1.2 Main structural system
7.1.3 The layout of span
7.2 Structural Characteristics of Cable-stayed Bridge
7.2.1 The structure of girder
7.2.2 Pylon
7.2.3 Stayed cable
7.3 Cons
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