Bridge Design – Steel Plate Girders
Girder bridges are structurally the simplest and the most commonly used on short to medium span bridges. Steel I-section is the simplest and most effective solid section for resisting bending and shear. In this course straight composite steel-concrete plate girder bridges are discussed. Design considerations for span and framing arrangement, and section proportion are presented. A design example of the three span continuous composite plate girder bridge is given to illustrate the design procedure.
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This course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Structural materials
- Span and framing arrangement
- Section proportion
- Structural modeling and analysis
- Design limit states and procedures
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