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Design of Concrete Bridges: As per Latest IRC Codes

Praveen Nagarajan

ISBN: 9788126599905

280 pages

INR 429

Description

Design of Concrete Bridges deals with the design of concrete bridges as per the Indian standard IRC:112-2011. This easy-to-read textbook targets undergraduate students of Civil Engineering and postgraduate students of Structural Engineering. Practicing Engineers would also get to understand the background behind design provisions in IRC:112 from this book. Throughout the book, great emphasis is laid on developing a good understanding of the behaviour of different components of concrete bridges.

 

Chapter 1: Introduction to Bridges

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Components of Bridges

1.3 Classification of Bridges

1.4 Selection of the Type of Bridge 1

 

Chapter 2: Road Bridges

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Limit State Design

2.3 Characteristic and Design Loads and Strength of Materials

2.4 Loads for Design of Road Bridges

2.5 Materials

2.6 Stress–Strain Relations of Materials

2.7 Singly Reinforced Section under Bending

2.8 Design of Flexural Member for Shear

2.9 Design for Torsion

2.10 Checks at Serviceability Limit State

 

Chapter 3: Slab Bridges

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Design of One-Way Slabs Subjected to Concentrated Loads

3.3 Dispersion Along the Span – Effective Length

3.4 Dispersion Along the Support Direction – Effective Width

3.5 Load for Analysis

3.6 Stresses due to Temperature

 

Chapter 4: Box Culvert

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Analysis of Box Culvert

 

Chapter 5: Tee Beam Bridges

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Components of Tee Beam Bridges

5.3 Analysis of Two-Way Slabs Subjected to Concentrated Loads

5.4 Courbon’s Method

5.4.1 Reaction Factor using Courbon’s Method

 

Chapter 6: Box Girder Bridges

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Behaviour and Design of Box Girder Bridge

 

Chapter 7: Prestressed Concrete Bridges

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Classification of Prestressed Concrete

7.3 Determination of Stresses in Prestressed Concrete Member

7.4 Design Loading Stages and Prestressing Force

7.5 Stress Inequalities

7.6 Minimum Section Modulus

7.7 Minimum Prestressing Force and Maximum Eccentricity of Prestressing Force

7.8 Ultimate Moment of Resistance MR

7.9 Design Procedure

 

Chapter 8: Bearings and Substructures

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Bearings

8.3 Abutments and Piers

 

Summary

Review Questions

Exercises

Bibliography

Index