Bridge Design – Concrete Bent Caps
A bent consisting of columns and a bent cap beam is an intermediate support between bridge spans that transfers and resists vertical loads and lateral loads such as earthquake and wind from the superstructure to the foundation. The bent cap beam supports the longitudinal girders and transfers the loads to the bent columns. Concrete bent cap beams may be cast-in-place or precast and may be either conventionally reinforced or prestressed.
This course covers concrete bent caps and addresses loads, design considerations, and detailing considerations.
This course presents the following useful information to help you to determine if it is suitable for your continuing education needs. Please review this carefully to ensure you receive useful and beneficial information.
This course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Loads on bent caps
- Design considerations for bent caps
- Detailing considerations
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