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Based on the three-stage fatigue crack growth model, a corrosion fatigue life prediction method considering the coupling effect of corrosion and fatigue is proposed in this paper. In this case, stress factor amplitude was claimed considering the coupling effect of corrosion and fatigue. Three...
The study presents the design forces of simply supported single-cell reinforced concrete (RC) curved box-girder bridges using a finite element method (FEM) based CSiBridge v.20 software. An existing model has been used to validate the present modelling approach. Models subjected to vertical...
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 during high-water flow, such as flooding. A severely scoured bridge is a safety concern...
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 time required for repairs and the level of post-earthquake functionality including...
Appropriate modeling of an experimental technology is necessary in order to estimate the aerodynamic characteristic of railway trains and infrastructure (e.g., bridges). Simulation of the earth’s wind characteristics of nature is a well-established practice by using an atmospheric boundary wind...
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