Maximum Length of Integral Bridges Based on the Performance of Steel H-Piles at the Abutments



Maximum length of integral bridges supported on steel H-piles driven in sand
Dicleli, Murat; Albhaisi, Suhail M. (Elsevier BV, 2003-01-01)
This paper presents design recommendations for the maximum length of integral bridges built on sand. The maximum length limits for integral bridges is determined as a function of the ability of steel H-piles supporting the abutments to sustain thermal-induced cyclic lateral displacements and the flexural capacity of the abutment. First, steel H-pile sections that are capable of sustaining large inelastic deformations under monotonic loading are determined. Then, a low-cycle fatigue damage model is employed ...
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In this letter, minimum outage probability for a fading relay channel is considered for long-term individual power constraints (IPC1) at the source and the relay. By utilizing Lagrange multiplier theory, it is shown that solving the IPC problem is equivalent to solving a weighted sum power constrained (wSPC) problem. Opportunistic decode and forward (ODF), and simplified ODF (SODF) protocol performances are investigated and compared with a lower bound on outage probability, under both individual and sum pow...
Minimum flexural reinforcement requirement of high strength concrete T-beams with flange in tension
Öztürk, Nazan Yılmaz; Özcebe, Güney; Department of Civil Engineering (2001)
Minimum flexural reinforcement for T-beams made of higher strength concrete
Ozcebe, G; Ersoy, U; Tankut, T (Canadian Science Publishing, 1999-10-01)
Design codes specify minimum flexural reinforcement for reinforced concrete beams. With the extensive use of higher strength concrete, the empirical expressions of the past for minimum flexural reinforcement, in which the concrete strength is not considered, had to be revised. Six reinforced concrete T-beams, having small ratios of flexural reinforcement, were tested to study the behaviour at the positive moment region and to evaluate the code requirements on minimum flexural reinforcement. A criterion was ...
Minimum flexural reinforcement requirement of reinforced concrete beams
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M. Dicleli, “Maximum Length of Integral Bridges Based on the Performance of Steel H-Piles at the Abutments,” 2004, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: