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Title: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF SLAB BRIDGES BY ANISOTROPIC PLATE THEORY
Authors: Solomon, Dan
Keywords: CIVIL ENGINEERING
BRIDGE DESIGN
SLAB BRIDGES
ANISOTROPIC PLATE THEORY
Issue Date: 1965
Abstract: An attempt has been made here to analyse and desi -. slab bridges by the load distr1butio7 analysis eased on ",y isotropic Plate Theory" A study has been mace to determine the effect of i:i ;i,er harmonics over '"he 1ongitudin?1 m3taets,v-riation of .-i,, ....:',s along; the lon itudinbi and transverse directiins. The ton i; .ainat noments obtained by the 'Plate, T1.c3ry" have been compared with those obtained by he "Pffec.ire Width Method" as reco,nfended uy I.R.C. Code. Based on the "P1ate4'heory;' the analysis of :_c slab- brides have been standardised and a set of "Standard C.irves" have been prepare,;. A desi In-,)rlCedIIre has aIs:) :; est.d. The "Pla e `ilseory" method 1,,s oeon Wised to .Jie edge-stiffened slob-brides an~5 to :ieterai,.e •Ile c•..ts of the vuriatio, of the flexural s*it' neG;ee of 'h:; -. a weans over the design :nanents.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1983
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Appears in Collections:MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS (Civil Engg)

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