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  • Authors: Haruhiko Kurino;
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  • Authors: Amir Fam;

    This paper introduces a novel pole consisting of spuncast concrete inside glass-fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP) tubes (SCFTs). The GFRP tube is intended to remplace all or part of the steel reinforcement. It confines and protects the thin concrete wall and steel reinforcement used. This novel concept emerged after studying two types of poles, namely a hollow GFRP tube that failed prematurely by local buckling and a completely filled GFRP tube (CFFT) that was higher in strength but much heavier than the hollow tube. The fesibility of fabricaiton in a conventional spin-casting facility is demonstrated. Push-off tests on segments cut from an SCFT pole were tested to examine the bond strength. Flexural testing showed that the strength of a 13-in.-diameter (330 nm) SCFT pole with a 0.15-in.-thick (5.3 nm)GFRP tube and 2.4 in. (60 nm) concrete wall is equivalent to that of a conventional pole of the same size, reinforced with twelve no. 6 (19M) reinforcing bars or prestessed with twelve 1/2-in.-diameter (13 nm) 7-wire strands. SCFT poles also behave fairly elastically. Pratical consiferations that neef to be addressed to encourage wide acceptance of this concept are identified.

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    Authors: Thomas Spoth; Dyab Khazem; Gregory I. Orsolini;

    The new Carquinez Strait Bridge, northeast of San Francisco, California, will be the first major suspension bridge to be constructed in the United States since the second Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Maryland in 1973. It will replace an existing steel cantilever truss bridge, built in 1927, that was found to be seismically inadequate. The new bridge consists of an orthotropic closed steel box girder superstructure, two main cables 512 mm (20 1/8 in.) in diameter, reinforced concrete towers, and gravity anchorages. The design has set a new standard in modern suspension bridge design in the United States, particularly with respect to seismic safety. Some of the key elements of the design that are discussed are the global design loading criteria for long-span suspension bridges, the design of allowable stresses in main cable wire, the state-of-the-art design detailing of critical welded connections, the finite-element analysis approach for the box girder to determine the actual plate stresses and stress concentrations, and the design of the reinforced concrete tower leg sections for enhanced ductile seismic performance.

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    Transportation Research Record Journal of the Transportation Research Board
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    Authors: Jui Ling Liu; Dung M. Lue; Ching H. Lin;

    The evaluation for double-angle compression members is a tedious procedure and is not an easy task for practicing engineers. In this study, a computer program has been developed to calculate the Pu based on the AISC specifications. It is found that the calculated value is quite close to the tabulated one if effective length (KL) is longer than 10 feet. However, the Pu is not tabulated for effective length less than 10 feet in some lager sections. It is found that the differences between the calculated value and the interpolated value could be as much as 20%. Unfortunately, the difference errors are not on conservative side and the use of interpolated values is not acceptable in practice. This study evaluates all double-angle compressive formulas provided by the AISC manuals and the comparisons among them are presented. The Pu versus KL curves, in which effective lengths less than 10 feet are added and plotted. Some supplementary tabulated values, which required in routine design and not listed in current AISC design manuals, are also furnished. This study will fulfill the needs for those who seek higher performance and wider coverage when evaluating the design of double-angle compression members under flexural-torsion condition.

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    Authors: Sandro IANNIELLO; Roberto MUSCARI; Andrea DI MASCIO;

    The acoustic analogy represents a powerful and versatile approach, able to numerically predict the noise generated by a body moving in a fluid. It is widely used to provide essential indications about the aeroacoustic behavior of aircraft and helicopters (even at a design stage) and, eventually, to pursue effective strategies aimed at desirable reduction and/or control of noise. Nevertheless, applications in the area of hydroacoustics and in the prediction of ship underwater noise are very rare. In this paper, the potential of the acoustic analogy is directly tested on a large ferry, for which a measurement campaign at sea was performed. In spite of the complexity of the tested configuration [the ship mounts two contracted and loaded tip (CLT) propellers located ahead of two rudders, and its hull is characterized by a rather elongated skeg] and the many variables not taken into account in the numerical simulation (such as the contribution from machinery noise and the probable occurrence of tip vortex cavitation), the agreement between the measured and computed noise spectra is quite satisfactory. The analysis suggests many interesting features of the ship hydroacoustic field: the dominant role played by nonlinear sources far from the body and the relevance of scattering effects from the hull surface. Furthermore, the scattered pressure seems to contribute to alter the frequency content of the resulting signatures with respect to the blade passage frequencies. Finally, an overview of future developments and applications of this numerical approach for marine/maritime problems is presented.

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    Authors: Bo Gen Zhang;

    With the rapid development of study on steel-concrete composite structure, the vibration response between bridge and vehicle under vehicle loads has been always attracted much attention. The performance between bridge and vehicle varies a lot with different section profiles. In this paper, the bridge and vehicle are considered as one interaction system for simulating space dynamic response for vehicle passing through the bridge. The calculation model of steel-concrete box girder with two boxes with double chamber and single box with double chamber are established respectively, their free vibration properties are calculated, and the dynamic properties are analyzed and compared. The coupling responses under different vehicle loads are discussed. According to the analysis and comparison, it can be found that flexural rigidity with two boxes with double chamber is smaller, when single vehicle and double vehicles passing the bridge the Vertical maximum dynamic deflection are 18.4% and 14.7% larger than that with single box with double chamber; the maximum accelerations are 2.69 and 2.3 times as much as that with single box with double chamber respectively, has low sensitivity on bridge-vehicle response. Through the comparison some helpful conclusions are given as reference of such bridges.

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  • Authors: Robert W. Corry; Charles W. Dolan;

    This paper examines the repair or rehabilitation of column bracket using CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer) bonded fabric. A column bracket test specimen is designed, analyzed, precracked, repaired and tested. The experimental program loaded the original bracket to 75% of its nominal capacity. The cracked bracket was strengthened to increase the original capacity by 50% and retested. The repaired bracket exceeded the predicted strength increase. The CFRP fabric wrap was found to be an extremely effective form of column bracket repair. Surface preparation and CFRP installation procedures are discussed. Detailed design recommendations and a design example are included.

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  • Authors: Michael Ludwig; Chris Conrardy;

    Manual visual inspection is by far the most widely used weld inspection method. A given weld may be visually examined multiple times as parts are joined and made into assemblies. Because visual inspection is somewhat subjective, and prone to error (a typical inspector only identifies about 85% of the visible defects); welds that pass one inspection may fail subsequent inspections, resulting in multiple inspection and repair cycles. This paper discusses a project that tested the benefits and limitations of a semiautomated weld inspection system. The goal of this semiautomated inspection approach is to provide quantitative, nonsubjective quality measurements of welded structures in order to: eliminate redundant inspections, reduce unnecessary multiple repair cycles, avoid repair of welds that meet minimum size requirements, and enable recording of weld size so that overwelding can be identified and reduced. The technology would also allow tracking of weld quality and statistical analysis of welding process capability to support lean/six-sigma continuous improvement initiatives. A prototype system was assembled and field tested by inspecting actual ship structures. The equipment evaluated has potential, but needs both hardware and software modifications before it can be used as a tool on a regular basis in a shipbuilding environment. As is, it will be useful as an audit tool to gauge the health of the visual inspection process and to further document the inherent variability of the visual inspection process. Recommendations were made for improvements to refine the prototype tool prior to broader deployment.

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    Authors: Foti, Dora; Monaco, Pietro;

    Abstract.Under special conditions of turbulent wind, suspension and cable-stayed bridges could reachinstability conditions. In various instances the bridge deck, as like a bluff body, could exhibit single-degree torsional instability. In the present study the turbulent component of flow has been considered as asolution of a differential stochastic linear equation. The input process is represented by a Gaussian zero-mean white noise. In this paper the analytical solution of the dynamic response of the bridge has beendetermined. The solution has been obtained with a technique of closing on the order of the moments.Key words:turbulent wind; stochastic analysis; Gaussian processes; bridges. 1. IntroductionThe aeroelastic behaviour of the deck in the suspension and cable-stayed bridges is one of themost complex and relevant aspects for the security of the structure. In fact the wind action couldcause the collapse of the bridge due to instability phenomena. Many mechanical models are adoptedto describe the dynamic behaviour of long-span decks. The most utilised one is the section modelwith two degrees of freedom. This model has visco-elastic restraints that reproduce, dynamically,the characteristics of the whole structural system. Most complex models consider the whole 3-Dstructure of the bridge under wind forces taking into account both the tridimensional behaviour of thestructure and the spatial distribution of the wind. Recently, a model with four degree of freedom has been proposed in substitution of the classicalsection model. It is a non-linear model able to analyse the global vibrational modes of the structureand the modes relative to the cables and the deck. The preliminary study of the dynamic behaviourof a long span bridge subjected to a turbulent wind action is usually developed with a section-modelof the deck. If the analysis is performed referring to the instantaneous velocity, the solution of theproblem is more complex. In fact the presence of time-depending excitations is described withstochastic models; moreover under special conditions of motion, these sections could reachinstability conditions. The classical flutter of bridge decks shows significant differences compared tothe one relative to the thin airfoil. The centre of the mass is on the symmetry axis of the section andit is very close to the torsion centre; in this way the inertial coupling is limited and the part of theaeroelastic moment due to the rotation velocity, always negative on the thin airfoil, could change thesign for a deck for a unstreamlined section. As a result a reduction and even the inversion of the total

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    Authors: null C. Oliver Yang; null Max Yen; null Ning Weng;

    Monitoring structural conditions of the large number of aging bridges in the national transportation infrastructure has become an important issue that directly impacts public safety. Traditional manual inspection not only requires extremely high cost but also cannot address this problem in a timely manner. The wireless sensor networks have been accepted as a promising solution to the above problems. In this paper we have presented an on-line structural health monitoring system that consists of wireless sensor networks for real- time sensing and data sever for on-line analyzing. We designed each component, integrated them to the whole system, and deployed it to one of our campus bridges. Our laboratory simulation and prototype experimental results have verified the functionality and correctness of our system.

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    This paper introduces a novel pole consisting of spuncast concrete inside glass-fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP) tubes (SCFTs). The GFRP tube is intended to remplace all or part of the steel reinforcement. It confines and protects the thin concrete wall and steel reinforcement used. This novel concept emerged after studying two types of poles, namely a hollow GFRP tube that failed prematurely by local buckling and a completely filled GFRP tube (CFFT) that was higher in strength but much heavier than the hollow tube. The fesibility of fabricaiton in a conventional spin-casting facility is demonstrated. Push-off tests on segments cut from an SCFT pole were tested to examine the bond strength. Flexural testing showed that the strength of a 13-in.-diameter (330 nm) SCFT pole with a 0.15-in.-thick (5.3 nm)GFRP tube and 2.4 in. (60 nm) concrete wall is equivalent to that of a conventional pole of the same size, reinforced with twelve no. 6 (19M) reinforcing bars or prestessed with twelve 1/2-in.-diameter (13 nm) 7-wire strands. SCFT poles also behave fairly elastically. Pratical consiferations that neef to be addressed to encourage wide acceptance of this concept are identified.

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    Authors: Thomas Spoth; Dyab Khazem; Gregory I. Orsolini;

    The new Carquinez Strait Bridge, northeast of San Francisco, California, will be the first major suspension bridge to be constructed in the United States since the second Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Maryland in 1973. It will replace an existing steel cantilever truss bridge, built in 1927, that was found to be seismically inadequate. The new bridge consists of an orthotropic closed steel box girder superstructure, two main cables 512 mm (20 1/8 in.) in diameter, reinforced concrete towers, and gravity anchorages. The design has set a new standard in modern suspension bridge design in the United States, particularly with respect to seismic safety. Some of the key elements of the design that are discussed are the global design loading criteria for long-span suspension bridges, the design of allowable stresses in main cable wire, the state-of-the-art design detailing of critical welded connections, the finite-element analysis approach for the box girder to determine the actual plate stresses and stress concentrations, and the design of the reinforced concrete tower leg sections for enhanced ductile seismic performance.

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    Authors: Jui Ling Liu; Dung M. Lue; Ching H. Lin;

    The evaluation for double-angle compression members is a tedious procedure and is not an easy task for practicing engineers. In this study, a computer program has been developed to calculate the Pu based on the AISC specifications. It is found that the calculated value is quite close to the tabulated one if effective length (KL) is longer than 10 feet. However, the Pu is not tabulated for effective length less than 10 feet in some lager sections. It is found that the differences between the calculated value and the interpolated value could be as much as 20%. Unfortunately, the difference errors are not on conservative side and the use of interpolated values is not acceptable in practice. This study evaluates all double-angle compressive formulas provided by the AISC manuals and the comparisons among them are presented. The Pu versus KL curves, in which effective lengths less than 10 feet are added and plotted. Some supplementary tabulated values, which required in routine design and not listed in current AISC design manuals, are also furnished. This study will fulfill the needs for those who seek higher performance and wider coverage when evaluating the design of double-angle compression members under flexural-torsion condition.

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    Authors: Sandro IANNIELLO; Roberto MUSCARI; Andrea DI MASCIO;

    The acoustic analogy represents a powerful and versatile approach, able to numerically predict the noise generated by a body moving in a fluid. It is widely used to provide essential indications about the aeroacoustic behavior of aircraft and helicopters (even at a design stage) and, eventually, to pursue effective strategies aimed at desirable reduction and/or control of noise. Nevertheless, applications in the area of hydroacoustics and in the prediction of ship underwater noise are very rare. In this paper, the potential of the acoustic analogy is directly tested on a large ferry, for which a measurement campaign at sea was performed. In spite of the complexity of the tested configuration [the ship mounts two contracted and loaded tip (CLT) propellers located ahead of two rudders, and its hull is characterized by a rather elongated skeg] and the many variables not taken into account in the numerical simulation (such as the contribution from machinery noise and the probable occurrence of tip vortex cavitation), the agreement between the measured and computed noise spectra is quite satisfactory. The analysis suggests many interesting features of the ship hydroacoustic field: the dominant role played by nonlinear sources far from the body and the relevance of scattering effects from the hull surface. Furthermore, the scattered pressure seems to contribute to alter the frequency content of the resulting signatures with respect to the blade passage frequencies. Finally, an overview of future developments and applications of this numerical approach for marine/maritime problems is presented.

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