4 edition of Fatigue design of modular bridge expansion joints found in the catalog.
|Statement||R.J. Dexter, R.J. Connor, M.R. Kaczinski.|
|Series||NCHRP report ;, 402, Report (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) ;, 402.|
|Contributions||Connor, Robert J., 1967-, Kaczinski, Mark R., 1961-, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials., United States. Federal Highway Administration., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.|
|LC Classifications||TE7 .N25 no. 402, TG325.6 .N25 no. 402|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[122 p.] :|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||97062205|
a Design of expansion joints a Assistance for design offices a Manufacture of expansion joints a Installation by our specialist teams Tens of thousands of metres of Freyssinet joints are installed every year in over 80 countries, offering guaranteed durability and features appropriate to any traffic and climate conditions. 3. Strip seals and armored expansion joint systems, includ ing preformed neoprene seals, with 1/2 to 4 in. of movement. The bridge deck expansion joint systems that were evaluated in Pennsylvania are listed and abbreviated this report as follows: 1. Modular expansion joints-ACMA Wabo-Maurer Delastiflex Finger dam AM WM DE FD 2.
been tested for compliance with NCHRP – “Fatigue Design of Modular Bridge Expansion Joints.” Provide certification that the design to be furnished has passed the requirements of the Opening Movement and Vibration Test (OMV), the Seal Push Out Test (SPO) and the Fatigue testing requirements of AASHTO LRFD Bridge Construction. Modular expansion joints are used when the movements of a bridge exceed the capacity of a single gap joint or a finger type joint. A watertight system, invented by the Swiss company Mageba, is designed on a modular basis and can be tailored to satisfy the specific requirements of almost any structure.
• “Evaluation of Asphaltic Expansion Joints” – Mogawer for New England Transportation Consortium • “Sealing Of Small Movement Bridge Expansion Joints” –Malla et al for New England Transportation Consortium • “Evaluation of modular expansion dams” –Sukley Project #RP for PennDOT. Expansion Joint Specialist and the Bridge Design Engineer for recommendations and approval. B. Steel Bridges Use L-type abutments with expansion joints at the ends for multiple-span bridges. Semi-integral construction may be used in lieu of expansion joints for single span bridges under feet with the approval of the Bridge Design Engineer.
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Abstract This paper presents results of an experimental investigation on the fatigue performance of the welded multiple support bar modular bridge expansion joint (MBEJ) used for the recent Jacques Cartier Bridge rehabilitation in Montreal.
Three identical subassemblies of the modular joint system were tested in by: 7. Several premature fatigue failures of modular bridge expansion joints have occurred in Europe and the United States.
The principal causes of such failures have been poor detailing (for instance, choice of fillet welds instead of full-penetration welds) and the tendency to reduce production costs by adopting larger beam by: Abstract This paper presents results of an experimental investigation on the fatigue performance of the welded multiple support bar modular bridge expansion joint (MBEJ) used for the recent Jacques.
D.S. Brown Steelflex ® Modular Expansion Joint Systems have gained overwhelming worldwide acceptance for accommodating and sealing large joint movements on bridge structures.
By incorporating the results of recent research activities, each joint system is designed to provide watertight, fatigue resistant, long-term, maintenance-free performance. The modular expansion joint chosen for the implementation of the early warning monitoring system is part of the Martinus Nijhoff Bridge.
This bridge is located in the centre of the Netherlands, on the highway A2 that makes the connection between the cities of Cited by: Experimental and analytical research was performed to develop performance-based specifications and commentary for the fatigue design of modular bridge expansion joints (MBEJ).
Field testing was conducted on MBEJ installed at four different locations to measure static load distribution and the dynamic response of MBEJ to truck loads. Fatigue damage readily occurs because it is directly subjected to repeated load.
In this paper, fatigue and static loading tests were conducted on modular bridge expansion joint (MBEJ). This is an innovative type of shallow-buried modular bridge expansion joint, and the anchoring depth is reduced by 40%% compared with traditional ones.
"A Case Study Comparison of Fatigue in Modular Bridge Expansion Joints Using Multiple Bridge Design Code Approaches and Empirical Data", Proc. 6 th World Congress on Joints, Bearings & Seismic. For long span bridge structures mainly joints belonging to the family of modular expansion joints are used in the Netherlands.
The basic concept of modular expansion joints is over 30 years old and consists of center beams placed in transverse direction of the bridge supported by beams in traffic direction.
• “Fatigue Design and Testing of Modular Bridge Expansion Joint Final Report”, Lehigh University, April, • “Fatigue Testing of Four Seal Single Support Bar Modular Bridge Expansion Joint System”, Lehigh University, April, Watson Bowman Acme Corp.
95 Pineview Drive Amherst, NY phone: fax: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dexter, Robert J. (Robert Joseph), Fatigue design of modular bridge expansion joints.
Washington, D.C.: National. prove the quality and durability of bridge modular expansion joints. This specification requires fatigue design and testing of joint com ponents to a minimum of million cycles (2). Second, a research study was started to evaluate the cause of cracking because there were many special conditions for the Third Lake Washington.
Fatigue Design and Testing of Modular Bridge Expansion Joints. Proc., Fourth World Congress on Joint Sealing and Bearing Systems for Concrete Structures, SPI American Concrete Institute,pp. 97 – Google Scholar.
FATIGUE DESIGN OF MODULAR BRIDGE EXPANSION JOINTS Experimental and analytical research was recently performed to develop performance-based specifications and commentary for the fatigue design of modular bridge expansion joints (MBEJ). The resulting proposed fatigue-design and test specifications resulting from this research are discussed.
The design of the watertight TENSA®MODULAR expan-sion joint, which was invented by mageba, has been continually developed in recent decades. The current 4th generation of the system fully accommodates these high demands. The TENSA®MODULAR expansion joint was developed, as the name suggests, as a modular system, with joints for specific.
2 Bridge & Highway Fabricated Expansion Control Systems At Watson Bowman Acme, the development of armored expansion joint systems has evolved to meet the design challenges of the twenty-first century.
Our proven systems facilitate engineered structural movement capabilities and protect bridges against the.
The work was divided into two tasks. The first task was a literature review and evaluation of existing methods for fatigue design of modular joint systems. The second task consisted of a wide range of finite element analyses of the particular joint, and correlation of the computed results in existing design models and observed behavior.
D.S. Brown Steelflex® Modular Expansion Joint Systems have gained overwhelming worldwide acceptance for accommodating and sealing large joint movements on bridge structures. By incorporating the results of recent research activities, each joint system is designed to provide watertight, fatigue resistant, long-term, maintenance-free performance.
Report – “Fatigue Design of Modular Bridge Expansion Joints” as well as the provisions included in Chapter 14 of the 3rd edition of the AASHTO LRFD Design Specification. expansion joint assembly seals shall not protrude above the top of the joint.
elastomeric springs and bearings shall be de. NDOT only uses modular expansion joints where large movements are anticipated. The following will apply to the design of modular-type expansion joints: 1.
Expansion Movement. Modular joints should only be considered where the anticipated total expansion movement exceeds 5 in. Joint Support. Three specimens of the TechStar Single Bar Modular Bridge Expansion Joint (MBEJ) with welded stirrups were tested in fatigue according to the requirements of the NCHRP Report, the AASHTo Bridge Construction Specifications and AASHTo lRFD Bridge Design Code.
The fatigue testing was carried out at the.Modular Bridge Expansion Joint, Proc. 6th World Congress on Joints, Bearings, and Seismic Systems for Concrete Structures, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Ancich E.J. and Bhavnagri V. (). Fatigue Comparison of Modular Bridge Expansion Joints Using Multiple Bridge Design Code Approaches, th Proc. 6.Bridge expansion joints are designed to allow for continuous traffic between structures while accommodating movement, shrinkage, and temperature variations on reinforced and prestressed concrete, composite, and steel stop the bridge from bending out of place in extreme conditions, and also allow enough vertical movement to permit bearing replacement .