To Evaluate Behaviour of Bridge for Varying Pier Height and Span Using Dynamic and Analytic Techniques
Raviraj Uttam Gurgule , Y.P. Pawar , G.D.Lakade
Bridges, SAP2000, Time History, Response Spectrum, Unequal Pier.
Bridges are one of the most critical components of any transport infrastructure network, and their serviceability during earthquakes is vital to ensure the safety of society. To be able to overcome bridge failure, code committees started to focus on different methods to design bridges under the effect of seismic forces. They play an important role in the economic activity of a city or a region and their role can be crucial in a case of a seismic event since they allow the arrival of the first aid. Reinforced concrete (RC) bridges are worldwide used type view their durability, flexibility and economical cost. In fact, their behavior under seismic loading was the aim of various studies. In the present study the effect of different structural parameters i.e. the height and the type of piers of reinforced concrete bridges on seismic response is investigated. For that reason, different multi-span continuous girder bridges models with various geometrical parameters are considered.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 10

Page(s): 850 - 856
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