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dc.contributor.authorKhan, M. A.-
dc.descriptionStructures Congress 2004 May 22-26, 2004 | Nashville, Tennessee, United States © 2004 American Society of Civil Engineersvi
dc.description.abstractCase studies for integral abutment bridges with skew and with no skew are presented. Unlike conventional single span bridges where seismic forces are neglected, there is a need to consider seismic behavior in single span bridges with integral abutments to help design the buried abutment piles. Freedom of top of pile movement for thermal and seismic loads is provided by placing the top unsupported 5 M length in a steel pipe. Only a single row of piles is used. For pile design, seismic moments and forces be combined with dead load and partial live load results. Since the pile minor axis is placed perpendicular to the direction of beam, it is important to check the total unsupported pile length of pile, for axial buckling. For bridge stability, efficient details of integral connections between pile cap (with single row of piles) and beam ends are required. Connection details from various state bridge design codes are
dc.subjectSeismic loadsvi
dc.subjectSeismic designvi
dc.subjectDead loadsvi
dc.subjectBridge abutmentsvi
dc.subjectSeismic testsvi
dc.subjectBridge designvi
dc.titleModeling and Seismic Analysis of Integral Abutmentsvi
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