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  1. Combination of carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) tendon and reinforced concrete encased steel composite (RCESC) beam can improve the workability and the energy dissipation capacity of members. In this pap...

    Authors: Tianyong Jiang, Donghai Yu, Min Xiao, Lingyun Li and Lei Wang

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:25

    Content type: Review

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  2. This paper investigates the effect of fitting fins at the corners of a square cylinder on aerodynamic characteristics of the cylinder via wind tunnel tests and large eddy simulations (LES). Although it has bee...

    Authors: Qiulei Wang, Qi Jiang, Gang Hu, Xiao Chen, Chao Li and Yiqing Xiao

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:20

    Content type: original innovation

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  3. In the seismic design of long-span bridges, the classic bi-linear model was used to simulate the frictional restoring force of the rubber bearings. However, in actual earthquake, the rubber bearing suffered fl...

    Authors: Man Liao, Bin Wu, Xianzhi Zeng and Kailai Deng

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:19

    Content type: original innovation

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  4. The box girder of the Miaoziping Bridge, a three-span prestressed concrete continuous rigid-frame bridge, suffered a serious crack in its box section’s web near the 1/6 to 1/2 length of the side span and the m...

    Authors: Lei Tong, Rongxia Wang and Dongsheng Wang

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:17

    Content type: original innovation

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  5. Skew bridges with seat-type abutments are frequently unseated in earthquakes due to large transverse displacements at their acute corners. It is believed these large displacements are due to in-plane rotation ...

    Authors: Suiwen Wu, Junfeng Jia, Chiyu Jiao, Junfei Huang and Jianzhong Li

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:22

    Content type: original innovation

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  6. To analyze the time-varying temperature field distribution pattern of ballastless track steel-concrete composite box girders for a high-speed railway at ambient temperature, a numerical model for analyzing the...

    Authors: Wangqing Wen, Shiwei Li, Aiguo Yan and Jiahua Zeng

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:21

    Content type: original innovation

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  7. As a special type of cement that can provide construction with aesthetics, white Portland cement (WPC) is restricted by the high cost of its production. To reduce the consumption of WPC and carbon dioxide emis...

    Authors: Qingfeng Guan, Jingliang Xia, Faguang Leng and Yongxiang Zhou

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:18

    Content type: original innovation

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  8. Coastal highway bridge is an essential component of the transportation system but threatened by natural hazards such as hurricanes. Damaged highway bridges result in not only transportation disruption, but als...

    Authors: Deming Zhu, Yaohan Li, You Dong and Peng Yuan

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:10

    Content type: original innovation

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  9. The objective of this paper is to expediently expose the seismic performance pertinent to demand and capacity of general long-span suspension bridges crossing active faults. Firstly three dimensional finite el...

    Authors: Hongyu Jia, Kang Jia, Caizhi Sun, Yanqiang Li, Chao Zhang and Shixiong Zheng

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:16

    Content type: original innovation

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  10. This paper proposes a novel twin-column pier with a steel shear link (SSL) installed in the cap beam to reduce seismic damage in the transverse direction. The SSL interrupts the rigid cap beam and relieves the...

    Authors: Weiting Chen, Xuemeng Bai, Tengfei Xu, Shanshan Ke, Kailai Deng and Haiqing Xie

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:11

    Content type: original innovation

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  11. There is a debate over whether the sea-crossing bridges undergo dynamic motions when exposed to wave loads. In order to verify the dynamic effect of the tower of sea-crossing bridge under wave load, an experim...

    Authors: Zhou Daocheng, Zhang Bo, Xue Sisi, Wei Chengxun and Ou Jinping

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:9

    Content type: original innovation

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  12. Simply-supported bridges are vulnerable to surface fault rupture as evidenced by several fault-crossing bridges in the 1999 Chi-Chi earthquake. To investigate the seismic collapse mechanism of simply-supported...

    Authors: Yuanzheng Lin, Zhouhong Zong, Jin Lin, Yale Li and Yiyan Chen

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:8

    Content type: original innovation

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  13. Economical laminated elastomeric bearings are well-adopted options for load transmission components of bridges from superstructure to substructure. In most cases, the design of such elastomeric bearings primar...

    Authors: Nailiang Xiang, Yoshiaki Goto, M. Shahria Alam and Jianzhong Li

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:14

    Content type: review

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  14. An accurate frequency domain model is proposed to analyze the seismic response of uniform vertical cylinders with arbitrary cross section surrounded by water. According to the boundary conditions and using the...

    Authors: Mi Zhao, Xiaojing Wang, Piguang Wang, Chao Zhang and Xiuli Du

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:5

    Content type: original innovation

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  15. The use of ceramic waste in concrete/mortar production as aggregate replacement or cement replacement has been under consideration in the last decade to find an effective way to tackle the growing hazard of ce...

    Authors: Leo Gu Li, Yi Ouyang, Zhen-Yao Zhuo and Albert Kwok Hung Kwan

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:3

    Content type: original innovation

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  16. With the increasing demand for land transportation in coastal areas, the number of sea-crossing bridges has increased rapidly. In the construction of sea-crossing bridges, the elevated pile cap foundation is o...

    Authors: Kai Wei, Cong Zhou, Mingjin Zhang, Zilong Ti and Shunquan Qin

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:21

    Content type: review

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  17. This paper proposes a simplified hand-calculation methodology that permits a fast response assessment (both in vertical and lateral direction) under different pedestrian scenarios. This simplified method has t...

    Authors: Caterina Ramos-Moreno, Ana M. Ruiz-Teran and Peter J. Stafford

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:20

    Content type: original innovation

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  18. Coastal highway bridges are usually supported by pile foundations that are submerged in water and embedded into saturated soils. Such sites have been reported susceptible to scour hazard and probably liquefied...

    Authors: Xiaowei Wang, Yutao Pang and Aijun Ye

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:19

    Content type: original innovation

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  19. To widen bridges, a usual method is to cast joint connections between new and old bridge decks without traffic interruption. The traffic vibrations have negative influence on the quality of joint connections. ...

    Authors: Zhijun Sha, Xiang Long, Jiahui Feng, Haibo Jiang and Tianlong Wang

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:18

    Content type: original innovation

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  20. One of the most critical components of the US transportation system is railroads, accommodating transportation for 48% of the nation’s total modal tonnage. Despite such vital importance, more than half of the ...

    Authors: Tu Hoang, Yuguang Fu, Kirill Mechitov, Fernando Gómez Sánchez, Jong R. Kim, Dichuan Zhang and Billie F. Spencer Jr

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:17

    Content type: original innovation

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  21. The box-girder superstructure of coastal bridges is vulnerable to wave-induced damage in the case of small clearances. The analytical method for estimating the wave forces on the box-girder superstructure of c...

    Authors: Bo Huang, Qingyang Ren, Xiaolu Cui, Jiawei Zhang and Bing Zhu

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:16

    Content type: original innovation

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  22. Quality of concrete for pile can be checked using Cross-hole Sonic Logging (CSL) Test. A processing method wide-band CSL data is presented herein. First Time Arrival (FTA) is an important consideration. In pil...

    Authors: Swapan Kunar Bagui, S. K. Puri and K. Subbiah

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:15

    Content type: original innovation

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  23. This article presents a numerical assessment of pedestrian-induced vibrations for a wide range of girder footbridges before and after the installation of tuned-mass dampers (TMD). Realistic pedestrian loads ar...

    Authors: Natividad Garcia-Troncoso, Ana Ruiz-Teran and Peter J. Stafford

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:14

    Content type: original innovation

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  24. Bridge health monitoring (BHM) technology has been widely accepted as a powerful tool to assess structural performance and has moved from research to practice. Driven by the enormous demand of ensuring bridge ...

    Authors: Guang-Dong Zhou, Ting-Hua Yi, Wen-Jie Li, Ji-Wei Zhong and Guan-Hua Zhang

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:13

    Content type: Review

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  25. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Renda Zhao, Yuan Yuan, Xing Wei, Ruili Shen, Kaifeng Zheng, Yongjiu Qian, Qianhui Pu, Qinghua Zhang, Haili Liao, Xiaozhen Li, Canhui Zhao, Guoji Xu, Hongye Gou, Ziyang Zhang and Chuanjin Yu

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:12

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:11

  26. Bridge construction is one of the cores of traffic infrastructure construction. To better develop relevant bridge science, this paper introduces the main research progress in China and abroad in 2019 from 13 a...

    Authors: Renda Zhao, Yuan Yuan, Xing Wei, Ruili Shen, Kaifeng Zheng, Yongjiu Qian, Qianhui Pu, Qinghua Zhang, Haili Liao, Xiaozhen Li, Canhui Zhao, Guoji Xu, Hongye Gou, Ziyang Zhang and Chuanjin Yu

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:11

    Content type: Review

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:12

  27. Three-tower self-anchored suspension bridge (TSSB) is more and more favored because of its beautiful structure and strong adaptability to terrain and geological conditions. However, there are few engineering p...

    Authors: Feifei Shao, Zhijun Chen and Hanbin Ge

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:10

    Content type: original innovation

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  28. Prestressed concrete (PC) box bridge girders on the pier top is prone to generate thermal cracks due to large inner-outer temperature difference at hydration age. This paper presents an approach for investigat...

    Authors: Chaojie Song, Gang Zhang, Hao Wen and Yongfei Zhang

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:9

    Content type: original innovation

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  29. Stay cables are typically exposed to the environment and traffic loading leading to degradations due to corrosion and cyclic loading after years’ in service. A non-destructive method to detect the defects of c...

    Authors: Haohui Xin, Lu Cheng, Robin Diender and Milan Veljkovic

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:6

    Content type: original innovation

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  30. A growing number of bridge structures spanning over waterways are most susceptible to ship-pier collisions that may result in serious consequences such as ship sinking, failure and collapse of the bridge, even...

    Authors: Zhiyue Chen, Hai Fang, Lu Zhu, Yifeng Mao and Weiqing Liu

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:5

    Content type: original innovation

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  31. Base grout improves the load bearing capacity of a pile and reduces the base settlement. There is no established method presently for the determination of quantity of the base grout. This paper presents a mode...

    Authors: S. K. Bagui, S. K. Puri, Venkat Rao, B. C. Dinesh and Atasi Das

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:4

    Content type: original innovation

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  32. Structural analysis and construction control of staged construction process is a major subject for modern long-span bridges. This paper introduces the concept of stress-free-state variable of structural elemen...

    Authors: Shunquan Qin, Kai Wei, Jingxi Qin, Renan Yuan, Leiping Xu and Qilian Dan

    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2020 1:1

    Content type: original innovation

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