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Advanced Bridge Design

Syllabus:
Introduction to bridge structure,
Types of bridges,
Site selection and bridge type selection
Fundamental for design and analysis,
Load and forces ,
analysis and design of bridge superstructure:
Solid slab,
T- girder ,
truss,
Prestressed concrete bridge,
Analysis and design of bridge sub structure and foundation,
Finite element modeling for bridge structure,
Bridge bearing and expansion joint,
Bridge construction methods,
Evaluation of existing bridge ,
Bridge maintenence and rehabilitation
Reference Books and
Books:
Codes
1. Design of Bridge Structures; T.R. Jagadeesh and M.A. Jayaram
2. Essentials of Bridge Engineering; D. Johnson Victor
3. Design of Bridges; N. Krishn Raju
4. A Simple Approach to Concrete Bridge Design; Bharat Raj Pandey
Codes:
. IRC 5(1)-1998 Code of Practice for Road Bridges - General Features of
Design
. IRC 6-2010-loads and stresses
. IRC 21(3)-2000 Code of Practice for Road Bridges Concrete
. IRC 24(5)-2001 Code of Practice for Road Bridges - Steel Road Bridges
. IRC 78(7)-2000 Code of Practice for Road Bridges - Foundation &
Substructure
. IRC 83(9-2)-1987 Code of Practice for Road Bridges - Bearings -
Elastomeric Bearings
. IRC SP 18-1996 Manual for Highway Bridges Maintenance Inspection
.DOR Bridge Design Standard 2067
.Guideline for Inspection and Maintenance of Bridge Volume 1
Components of Bridge
Super Structure
Girder
Deck Slab
Railing
Footpath
Bearing
Sub Structure
Abutment
Pier
Foundation
Open
Well
Pile
Components of Bridge
Super Structure
Girder
Deck Slab
Railing
Footpath
Bearing
Sub Structure
Abutment
Pier
Foundation
Open
Well
Pile
Types of Bridges
According to Function:
Aqueduct ( canal over a river)
Pedestrian
According to materials of construction of superstructure
Timber
Masonry
Steel
Reinforced concrete
Prestressed Concrete
According to types of superstructure
Slab
Beam
Truss
Arch
Cable stayed or suspension
Types of Bridges
According to Inter span relation:
Simple
Continuous
Cantilever
According to Span and Length :
Types of Bridges
According to Life Span
Permanent
Semi-permanent
Temporary
Types of Bridges
Solid Slab: 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 m
RCC T-Girder: 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22
and 25 m
Steel Composite: 15, 20, 25, 30,
35 and 40 m
Steel Truss: 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55
and 60 m
Prestressed Concrete Beam with
RCC deck: 30, 35 and 40 m
Arch : 25, 30, 35 and 40 m.
Bridge Design Process
Planning
Site investigation
Material analysis
Hydraulic design
Geo-technical assessment
Seismic design
Structural design, and Preparation of
drawings