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  1. Breakwaters play an important role in in mitigating wave-induced damage to marine structures. However, conventional submerged breakwaters often exhibit limited wave dissipation capabilities, while floating bre...

    Authors: Shuangjin Leng, Shihao Xue, Yuanjie Jin, Guoji Xu and Weibo Xie
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:18
  2. In order to identify the time-varying frequency and amplitude of structural vibration based on the bridge structural health monitoring data and obtain the cable force of cable-stayed bridges in real time, a sp...

    Authors: Weiguo Wang, Xiaodong Song, Yang Yu, Hongchen Chang, Wenxin Yu and Wen Xiong
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:15
  3. A significant number of wind bracings in existing railway transom top bridges are numerically assessed deficient against the assessment nosing load recommended by the AS5100, where in almost all cases, there i...

    Authors: Alireza Ghiasi and Daniel Lee
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:14
  4. Conventional wind speed distribution methods (e.g., Rayleigh distribution and Weibull distribution) may not adequately capture complex characteristics of wind fields in mountainous areas. To address this probl...

    Authors: Cheng Cheng, Beilong Luo, Yan Jiang and Jian Liu
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:16
  5. To mitigate cable oscillations in cable-stayed bridges, a common approach involves using a strategically positioned viscous damper near the cable’s anchorage and bridge deck. However, for longer cables, this m...

    Authors: Duy Thao Nguyen, Si Quanh Chau and Hoang Nam Phan
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:12
  6. Cofferdam is widely employed in the construction of underwater bridge foundations. Its crucial attribute lies in providing a dedicated platform for construction activities and enhancing the water resistance di...

    Authors: Pengxin Ran, Kai Wei, Bike Zhang, Lu Wang, Ruihua Nie and Yongle Li
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:10
  7. In order to clarify the effect of mechanical tensioning and SMA wire heating recovery on introducing prestress into CFRP sheet strengthened reinforced concrete (RC) beams, an experimental research on the bendi...

    Authors: Zhao-jun Zhang, Wen-wei Wang, Jing-shui Zhen, Bo-cheng Li, De-cheng Cai and Yang-yang Du
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:13
  8. Early warning of existing bridges is now predominated by deterministic methods. However, these methods face challenges in expressing uncertain factors (such as wind load, temperature load, and other variables,...

    Authors: Shuangjiang Li, Jingzhou Xin, Yan Jiang, Changxi Yang, Xiaochen Wang and Bingchuan Ran
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:8
  9. This paper deals with the collapse load of corroded parallel steel units, such as sets of corroded strands alone, or embedded in a concrete core. It is shown that what is relevant is the distribution of the da...

    Authors: Paolo Rugarli
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:11
  10. Clustered group nail connectors are key connecting components for the full lifecycle construction and safe operation of steel–concrete composite structural bridges. To thoroughly investigate the stress mechani...

    Authors: Shichao Wang, Chenhao Tang, Yanqing Fu, Jianrui Zhu, Jianping Di and Guodong Li
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:7
  11. In recent years, high-strength bolts with friction-type joints have been lengthened to withstand increased traffic load. However, with increase in the joint length, the force able to be resisted by bolted join...

    Authors: Yu Chen, Takashi Yamaguchi, Gen Hayashi, Motoshi Yamauchi and Keita Ueno
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:6
  12. The use of link slab (LS) made of Engineered Cementitious Composite (ECC) in the construction of joint-free bridge deck can meet structural performance requirements and enhance durability to minimize life cycl...

    Authors: Khandaker M. Anwar Hossain, Katie Chu and Mohamed Lachemi
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:5
  13. Propped cantilever truss is not a common bridge construction technique. The performance of such bridges under operational and extreme loading is not reported in the literature either. In this paper, failure me...

    Authors: Rabindra Adhikari, Lalit Bhatt, Rewati Baruwal, Dipendra Gautam and Rajesh Rupakhety
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:4
  14. During the life-cycle service of the constructed large span bridges, they face various threats every day due to the sophisticated operational environments. To ensure the structural safety, it is necessary to d...

    Authors: Ziyuan Fan, Xiaoli Tang, Yang Chen, Yuan Ren, Chao Deng, Zihang Wang, Ying Peng, Chenghong Shi and Qiao Huang
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:2
  15. Reinforced concrete (RC) bridge decks are directly exposed to daily traffic loads and often experience surface cracking caused by excessive stress or fatigue accumulation. The bridge deck fatigue performance o...

    Authors: Yufen Zhou and Suren Chen
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2024 5:1
  16. Bridge deck condition assessments are typically conducted through visual inspections and by incorporating traditional contact sensors for Non-Destructive Evaluation techniques such as hammer sounding and chain...

    Authors: Issa Al Shaini and Adriana C. Trias Blanco
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:31
  17. To reliably assess the condition of concrete structures, a surface wave-based comprehensive index has been developed. Considering various factors (e.g., aggregate types) influencing the surface wave-based char...

    Authors: Xiang Xu, Jiasheng Lan, Ahmet Serhan Kırlangıç and Maria Anna Polak
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:29
  18. A mathematical morphological filter-based de-noising method is developed in this study for bridge cable force monitoring data. Structure elements, one of the most important parameters in the mathematical morph...

    Authors: Chao Deng, Yi Li, Wei Zou, Yuan Ren, Ying Peng and Zhuo’er Han
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:28
  19. This paper proposes a weakly-supervised structural surface crack detection algorithm that can detect the crack area in an image with low data labeling cost. The algorithm consists of a convolutional neural net...

    Authors: Chao Liu and Boqiang Xu
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:27
  20. Sichuan kahalo Jinsha River Bridge is a suspension bridge with a main span of 1030 m, and the anchorages on both sides are gravity anchorages. In order to adapt to special terrain and geological conditions, an...

    Authors: Qiyu Tao, Qigang Xu, Li Chen and Rui Gu
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:26
  21. In this paper, a new framework is proposed for monitoring the dynamic performance of bridges using three different camera placements and a few visual data processing techniques at low cost and high efficiency....

    Authors: Yongsheng Bai, Halil Sezen, Alper Yilmaz and Rongjun Qin
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:25
  22. The most time-consuming processes involved in bridge deck construction are laying and tying conventional reinforcement and verifying the required cover. Thus, there is a need within bridge construction technol...

    Authors: Sam Kafaji and Raad Azzawi
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:23
  23. In bridge structural health monitoring, the response of the bridge while the vehicle is on the bridge, is called a vehicle-bridge interaction (VBI) response. If the vehicle and the bridge are dynamically coupl...

    Authors: Neda Mostafa, Dario Di Maio, Richard Loendersloot and Tiedo Tinga
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:22
  24. In order to identify damage of Chi River bridge’s superstructure, a damage identification indicator is implemented in the field test, which involves the wavelet packet energy analysis with the feature of dynam...

    Authors: Zhuoxi Liang, Zhihua Xiong, Tuotuo Cong, Jingxuan Peng and Gengwang Yan
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:21
  25. The use of waste and industrial steel fibers as part of the materials used in concrete can increase resistance and reduce cost and air pollution. It also saves energy. One of the important measures for technic...

    Authors: Faezeh Nejati and Ashkan Mansourkia
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:20
  26. This study proposed a yield curvature prediction model considering axial compression ratio with exponential function which is improved on the basis of the specification effective yield curvature prediction mod...

    Authors: Yanyan Zhu and Jian Zhong
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:19
  27. The city development is closely related to the performance of the transportation network system. Bridges and roads are important parts of the transportation system, and are also inseparable components of the t...

    Authors: Qinghua Xiao, Hongwei Huang and Chao Tang
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:18
  28. To correctly manage the road infrastructure before and after an earthquake, it is necessary to estimate and even predict the seismic performance of the bridge. The quantification of the bridge's seismic perfor...

    Authors: Javier F. Taipe and Victor I. Fernandez-Davila
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:17
  29. The use of precast prestressed concrete bridge piers is rapidly evolving and widely applied. Nevertheless, the probabilistic behavior of the bending performance of precast prestressed concrete bridge piers has...

    Authors: Xiaopan Lai, Zhao Lu, Xinyu Xu and Chuanjin Yu
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:14
  30. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) was used to reproduce wind fields around a twin-box girder. Wind tunnel tests and field measurements were conducted to verify the accuracy of the CFD results. Variations in w...

    Authors: Fengying Wu, Lin Zhao, Fengchan Cao and Yaojun Ge
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:13
  31. This study employs the finite element-based CSiBridge v.20.0.0 software to examine the response of a single-cell prestressed box-girder bridge subjected to Indian loading conditions. The analyses is carried ou...

    Authors: Preeti Agarwal and Deepak Kumar Singh
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:12
  32. In the present study aims to produce high-strength fiber concrete containing microsilica and metakaolin. Eight concrete mixing samples have been defined. The samples include the control concrete with ordinary ...

    Authors: Hadi Faghihmaleki and Hossien Nazari
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:11
  33. In order to clarify the risk of demolition construction of large-span continuous rigid structure bridge and put forward an intelligent safety assessment method to ensure the safety of demolition construction o...

    Authors: Qiusheng Wang, Jianping Xian, Jun Xiao and Xing Wang
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:9
  34. Prestressed girders often deteriorate over time due to environmental and man-made stressors, lowering the strength and serviceability of bridge structures. Although structural repairs are implemented to improv...

    Authors: Marwan Debees, Furkan Luleci and F. Necati Catbas
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:8
  35. Stress/force monitoring of prestressing tendons is challenging but crucial to the evaluation of the safety of structures in which they are used. To this end, a smart elasto-magneto-electric (EME) sensor based ...

    Authors: Ru Zhang, Yuanfeng Duan, Li Xing, Yang Zhao, Wei Wei and Xiaoyang Hu
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:7
  36. This article aims to study the influence of random crowd loading on the perceived vibration response of pedestrians. Firstly, a vertical vibration response analysis method considering pedestrian perception was...

    Authors: Yuhao Feng, Deyi Chen, Zhenyu Wang, Shiping Huang and Yuejie He
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:6
  37. In earthquake-prone regions, the evaluation of seismic impacts on bridges is crucial to mitigation, emergency, and recovery planning for highway networks. The degree of bridge damage determines the cost and ti...

    Authors: Ahmad Abo-El-Ezz, Azarm Farzam, Hamza Fezai and Marie-José Nollet
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:3
  38. Scour is the gradual erosion of the sediment around a bridge foundation and is one of the leading causes of bridge failure. This erosion is caused by turbulence and sediment transport mechanisms and worsens du...

    Authors: Alan Kazemian, Tien Yee, Metin Oguzmert, Mahyar Amirgholy, Jidong Yang and Dale Goff
    Citation: Advances in Bridge Engineering 2023 4:2

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