continuous girder

continuous girder

A girder with more than two supports.
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In order to compare the two models of shear pins established above, a numerical analysis is conducted based on a two-span continuous girder bridge shown in Fig.
Song, "Analysis of vehicle-bridge coupling vibration of continuous girder bridge under uneven deck," Bridge Construction, vol.
Up to now, more than 20 continuous rigid frame bridges with the span larger than 200 m and more than 100 prestressed concrete continuous girder bridges with the span between 100 and 200 m have been built or are under construction.
Converting a simply supported girder--which is without end constraints and is free to deform--to a continuous girder results in the introduction of restraints in the structural system.
[2] Wu W., "Mechanical analysis and optimum design of continuous girder with u-shaped cross section used in urban rail transit," Railway Engineering, vol.
[5] discussed the seismic response of elevated continuous girder bridges with damaged bearings.
[24] established a simplified numerical model of RC continuous girder bridge with finite element method.

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