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    • ASME 

      Unknown author (2018-04-08)
    • Design of Continuous Prestressed Concrete Spliced Girder Bridges 

      Parchure, Akshay (2013-08-12)
      Traditionally, prestressed concrete girder bridges are limited to 150 ft span lengths in Texas due to restrictions on handling and transportation. An effective way of increasing span lengths of precast, prestressed concrete ...
    • Evaluation of high strength concrete prestressed bridge girder design 

      Cuadros Olave, Gladys (Texas A&M University, 2004-09-30)
      This research study focuses on evaluating the design of HSC prestressed bridge girders. Specifically there were three major objectives. First, to determine the current state of practice for the design of HSC prestressed ...
    • Fatigue and Wear of Steel Eyebars from Historic Railroad Bridges 

      Brown, Carlos Alberto (2017-05-09)
      Fatigue of steel is a major cause of mechanical failure and as such is very important to the safe design of railroad bridges. Fatigue phenomena are governed by the creation and growth of cracks, which can propagate through ...
    • LRFD Calibration of Bridge Foundations Subjected to Scour and Risk Analysis 

      Yao, Congpu (2013-04-30)
      Bridge scour is the loss of soil by erosion due to water flowing around bridge supports. Scour has been the number one cause of bridge collapse in the United States with an average rate of 22 bridges collapsing each year. ...