Seismic Design Aids For Nonlinear Pushover Analysis Of Reinforced Concrete And Steel Bridges - Ger Jeffrey; Cheng Franklin Y. | Libro Crc Press 08/2011 - HOEPLI.it


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Seismic Design Aids for Nonlinear Pushover Analysis of Reinforced Concrete and Steel Bridges

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
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CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 08/2011
Edizione: 1° edizione





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Nonlinear static monotonic (pushover) analysis has become a common practice in performance-based bridge seismic design. The popularity of pushover analysis is due to its ability to identify the failure modes and the design limit states of bridge piers and to provide the progressive collapse sequence of damaged bridges when subjected to major earthquakes. Seismic Design Aids for Nonlinear Pushover Analysis of Reinforced Concrete and Steel Bridges fills the need for a complete reference on pushover analysis for practicing engineers. This technical reference covers the pushover analysis of reinforced concrete and steel bridges with confined and unconfined concrete column members of either circular or rectangular cross sections as well as steel members of standard shapes. It provides step-by-step procedures for pushover analysis with various nonlinear member stiffness formulations, including: Finite segment–finite string (FSFS) Finite segment–moment curvature (FSMC) Axial load–moment interaction (PM) Constant moment ratio (CMR) Plastic hinge length (PHL) Ranging from the simplest to the most sophisticated, the methods are suitable for engineers with varying levels of experience in nonlinear structural analysis. The authors also provide a downloadable computer program, INSTRUCT (INelastic STRUCTural Analysis of Reinforced-Concrete and Steel Structures), that allows readers to perform their own pushover analyses. Numerous real-world examples demonstrate the accuracy of analytical prediction by comparing numerical results with full- or large-scale test results. A useful reference for researchers and engineers working in structural engineering, this book also offers an organized collection of nonlinear pushover analysis applications for students.




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Overview of Seismic Design of Highway Bridges in the United StatesIntroductionAASHTO Bridge Seismic Design PhilosophyDirect Displacement-Based Design Procedures Pushover Analysis ApplicationsDisplacement Capacity Evaluation for the Seismic Design of New BridgesPerformance Level Verification for New Bridges Designed by DDBDCapacity/Demand Ratios for the Seismic Evaluation of Existing BridgesQuantitative Bridge System Redundancy EvaluationMoment–Curvature Curves and Axial Load–Moment Interaction CurvesOther Applications Nonlinear Pushover Analysis ProcedureIntroductionSOL01—Elastic Static AnalysisSOL04—Nonlinear Static Pushover (Cyclic or Monotonic) AnalysisMaterial LibraryElement LibraryMaterial-Element Cross Reference Nonlinear Bending Stiffness Matrix FormulationsBilinear Interaction Axial Load–Moment MethodPlastic Hinge Length MethodConstant Moment Ratio MethodFinite Segment–Finite String MethodFinite Segment–Moment Curvature MethodConcrete Column Failure ModesBilinear Moment–Curvature CurvesColumn Axial Load–Moment InteractionColumn Axial Load–Plastic Curvature Capacity Curve Analytical Formulation for StructuresJoint Definition and Degrees of FreedomInelastic IE3DBEAM ElementFinite-Segment ElementBrace ElementPlate ElementUnbalanced Forces Input Data for INSTRUCT ProgramNotes on InputSTRUCTURE—Define the Structural ModelSOL01—Elastic Static SolutionSOL04—Incremental Static (Pushover) SolutionBUG—Set Bug OptionsREAD—Read Plot FilesNOECHO—Inhibit Input EchoDUMP—Print MemoryRELEASE—Release MemorySTOP—Terminate Execution Numerical ExamplesStructural Limit State IndicatorsMember Yield IndicatorsNumerical Examples Appendix A: Stiffness Matrix Formulation for Bilinear PM MethodAppendix B: Stiffness Matrix Formulation for Finite SegmentAppendix C: Unbalanced Forces of a Finite SegmentAppendix D: Nonlinear Incremental Solution AlgorithmsAppendix E: Plastic Curvature Capacities and Neutral Axis Depth in ColumnsAppendix F: Elastic and Inelastic Time History AnalysisAppendix G: Elastic and Inelastic Response SpectraAppendix H: Response Spectrum Analysis of Multiple-dof SystemAppendix I: Polynomial Curve FittingAppendix J: Plate Element Stiffness Matrix ReferencesIndex




Autore

Jeffrey Ger, PhD, PE, is the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Division Bridge Engineer in Florida, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands. His research experience has been in the field of earthquake engineering, nonlinear structural response, and building and highway bridge design. He has published more than 40 technical papers in structural engineering. Dr. Ger received the U.S. Secretary of Transportation’s Team Award in 2004 "for providing extraordinary transportation services to move food, water and shelter materials to relieve the pain and suffering by millions of victims of the 2004 Hurricanes." He provided critical support in the wake of Florida’s 2004 hurricanes, completing an emergency interstate bridge repair project 26 days ahead of schedule. In 2006, he received the FHWA Bridge Leadership Council’s Excellent Award, recognizing his outstanding customer service in carrying out the bridge program in Florida. He received the FHWA Engineer of the Year Award and an award from the National Society of Professional Engineers in 2007, and in 2008 received the Civil Engineering Academy Award from the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Missouri-Rolla. Dr. Ger was appointed as one of the seven members of the U.S. Transportation Infrastructure Reconnaissance Team that traveled to Chile in April 2010 to assess the bridge damage condition due to the February 27, 2010, Chile earthquake. Franklin Y. Cheng, PhD, PE, is a distinguished member (formerly honorary) of ASCE; a member of the Academy of Civil Engineers, Missouri University of Science and Technology (MST); and Curators’ Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering at MST. He is one of the pioneers in allying computing expertise to large, complex, seismic-resistant structures. Dr. Cheng has received four honorary professorships abroad and chaired seven of his 24 National Science Foundation (NSF) delegations to various countries for research and development cooperation. He has served as either chairman or member of 37 professional societies and committees. Dr. Cheng has served as a consultant for Martin Marietta Energy Systems Inc., Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Martin & Huang International, among others. The author, coauthor, or editor of 26 books and over 250 publications, Dr. Cheng is the recipient of numerous honors, including the MSM-UMR Alumni Merit, ASCE State-of-the-Art (twice), the Faculty Excellence, and the Halliburton Excellence awards. In 2007, he was elected as the 565th honorary member of ASCE since 1852. Dr. Cheng has numerous publications to his credit, the most recent being Structural Optimization: Dynamic and Seismic Applications, Smart Structures: Innovative Systems for Seismic Response Control, and Matrix Analysis of Structural Dynamic: Applications and Earthquake Engineering.







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ISBN:

9781439837634

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Advances in Earthquake Engineering
Dimensioni: 9.25 x 6.25 in Ø 1.50 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:177 b/w images and 18 tables
Pagine Arabe: 400






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