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ePub Effects of traffic-induced vibrations on bridge-deck repairs (Synthesis of highway practice / National Cooperative Highway Research Program) download
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David G Manning
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Effects of traffic vibration on curing concrete stitch: Part I-test method and control program

Effects of traffic vibration on curing concrete stitch: Part I-test method and control program. Engineering Structures 2007; 29(11):2871–80]. Herein, the results of an experimental program, in which a total of 24 specimens have been tested using the new method, are presented. Traffic-induced vibrations appear to have no detrimental effects on either concrete-steel bond strength or compressive strength in full-depth bridge deck repairs, so long as low slump concrete is used. This conclusion is based on the results of experiments using vibrations that match values obtained from field measurements.

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As the number of bridges requiring rehabilitation increases, engineers are faced more frequently with the decision on whether to close a bridge to traffic while repairs are carried out. Most agencies maintain traffic on a deck during construction of a concrete overlay or widening, although several impose speed and weight restrictions on vehicles. Vehicles cause bridges to vibrate which in turn can be detrimental to fresh concrete repairs and.

National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, USA, 1981. View at Google Scholar. R. S. Cheng and Z. F. Hu, Highway bridge load test, Journal of People’s Communications Press, vol. 5, pp. 60–67, 2003. JTG E30-2005, Test Methods of Cement and Concrete for Highway Engineering, China Communications Press.

of vibrations, especially traffic induced vibrations, on concrete which is still setting u. and bond tests have been used in the past (17,18,19,24). to study the effects of traffic induced vibrations on newly placed concrete.

of vibrations, especially traffic induced vibrations, on concrete which is still setting up. Relatively few studies (17,19,23,24,26) have fects. the. ef-. of maintaining traffic on bridge decks with newly placed repair.

Reports from this endeavor constitute an NCHRP report series, Synthesis of Highway Practice

Reports from this endeavor constitute an NCHRP report series, Synthesis of Highway Practice. The synthesis series reports on current knowledge and practice, in a compact format, without the detailed directions usually found in handbooks or design manuals.

Nishikawa, Kazuhiro, Murakoshi, Jun, and Matsuki, Takayuki, �Study on the Fatigue of Steel Highway Bridges in Japan�, Con- struction and Building Materials, Vol. 12, No. 2-3, 1998, . 33. 1996) �Bridge Cost Allocation: Current Issues� TRB Presentation Preprint, Jan. 1996 Schelling,D.

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Effects of traffic-induced vibrations on bridge-deck repairs. Effects of Traffic Induced Vibrations on Bridge Deck Repairs. Effects of Induced Vibrations on Early Age Concrete. Journal of performance of constructed facilities.