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  1. Aerodynamic characteristics of long-span bridges with box girders have been investigated widely, and this paper presents a study on a cable-stayed bridge with two box girders in parallel arrangement. Computati...

    Authors: Shuwen Fan, Wei Chen, Haojun Tang and Yongle Li
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:21
  2. This paper investigates the effects of earthquakes’ duration, intensity, and magnitude on the seismic response of reinforced concrete (RC) bridges retrofitted with seismic bearings, such as elastomeric bearing...

    Authors: Saman Mansouri, Denise-Penelope N. Kontoni and Majid Pouraminian
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:19
  3. Increased dynamic impact on bridge piers caused by seismic events, blasts, and vehicular impact have become increasingly common. Recent research efforts indicate that code provisions for designing reinforced c...

    Authors: Suman Roy, Ikwulono D. Unobe and Andrew D. Sorensen
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:18
  4. Vehicle impact creates a dynamic loading condition at high strain rate exhibiting a unique interaction with the resisting structural members’ material properties. This interaction results in an increase in the...

    Authors: Suman Roy, Ikwulono D. Unobe and Andrew Sorensen
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:16
  5. A novel shape memory alloy wires-based smart roller bearing (SMA-RBs) has been developed and its cyclic behavior under reverse cyclic loadings has been experimentally investigated. However, its efficacy and pe...

    Authors: Shuai Li, Hedayati Dezfuli Farshad, Jing Quan Wang and M. Shahria Alam
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:14
  6. In bridge structural health monitoring, typically the dynamic response of the system is used to assess the health condition of the bridge. However, the dynamic interaction between a bridge and a passing vehicl...

    Authors: Neda Mostafa, Dario Di Maio, Richard Loendersloot and Tiedo Tinga
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:12
  7. A new self-centering concrete bridge column has been developed by the authors. The proposed bridge column uses unstressed partially unbonded seven-wire steel strands as elastic elements to reduce the residual ...

    Authors: Yu-Chen Ou, Jhen-Wei Wu and Ade Yuniati Pratiwi
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:13
  8. Coastal bridges are susceptible to severe damage when subjected to successive earthquake-tsunami events. Previous studies mainly consider the tsunami loadings as hydrodynamic forces, whereas other hydrodynamic...

    Authors: Ruiwei Feng, Deming Zhu and You Dong
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:10
  9. The one-directional three-component wave propagation in a T-shaped soil domain (1DT-3C) is a numerical modeling technique, in a finite element scheme, to investigate dynamic soil-structure interaction (SSI) co...

    Authors: Maria Paola Santisi d’Avila, Luca Lenti, Stefania Gobbi and Reine Fares
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:9
  10. Non-stationary spatially variable ground motions (SVGMs) are commonly modelled as multivariate oscillatory processes based on evolutionary power spectral density (EPSD) functions. The existing conditional simu...

    Authors: Jubin Lu, Liang Hu, Zili Xia and Songye Zhu
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:8
  11. Early detection of structural damages and making necessary interventions to repair them are one of the main challenges in structural health monitoring. The wavelet transform is one of the common methods for th...

    Authors: Seyyed Ali Mousavi Gavgani, Amir Ahmadnejad Zarnaghi and Sajad Heydari
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:5
  12. This article aims to study the quantitative calculation of pedestrian-induced footbridge vibration comfort. Firstly, the analytical expression for the vibration response was derived. In addition, the simplifie...

    Authors: Yuhao Feng, Deyi Chen, Zhenyu Wang, Shiping Huang and Yuejie He
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:3
  13. To analyze the nonlinear torsional behavior of single-box multi-cell prestressed concrete (PC) or reinforced concrete (RC) composite box-girders with corrugated steel webs (BGCSWs), a new theoretical model cal...

    Authors: Kongjian Shen, Shui Wan, Yingbo Zhu, Debao Lyu and Zhiqiang Wu
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:2
  14. Increased train speeds have led to significant train-induced wind problems. This paper describes a numerical study of the aerodynamic loads produced when a train passes under a bridge and the bridge dynamic re...

    Authors: Ziqi Liu, Xun Zhang, Tao Chen, Yuyi Liu and Bin Lu
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2022 3:1
  15. 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 2020 from 16 a...

    Authors: Renda Zhao, Kaifeng Zheng, Xing Wei, Hongyu Jia, Haili Liao, Xiaozhen Li, Kai Wei, Yulin Zhan, Qinghua Zhang, Lin Xiao, Lingyuan Zhou, Ruili Shen, Hongye Gou, Qianhui Pu, Fang Zhang, Ziyi Xu…
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:29
  16. Solitary wave is often used to simulate tsunami propagating in deep water and breaking solitary wave is often used to simulate tsunami bore propagating in shallow water or on land. The breaking solitary wave f...

    Authors: Wanli Yang, Sijing Li, Junling Liu, Wenbo Wu, Hui Li and Ning Wang
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:28
  17. To have a comprehensive understanding of the complex wind environment at a bridge site in the mountainous area, a numerical simulation study of the wind environment under the mean and the fluctuating wind flow...

    Authors: Longfei Xing, Mingjin Zhang, Yongle Li, Zhijie Zhang and Dianguo Yin
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2021 2:26
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. 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
  26. 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
  27. 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
  28. 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
  29. 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
  30. 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
  31. 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
  32. 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

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