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Analysis & Design of Cable Stayed Bridge

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INTRODUCTION

ADVANTAGES OF CABLE STAYED BRIDGE

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CABLE STAYED BRIDGE AND CABLE SUSPENSION BRIDGE

Components of Cable Stayed Bridge

Load Transmission

CLASSIFICATIONS

Shapes of Pylon

Types of Deck

CABLE

Types of Cable

PROPERTIES OF CABLE

Cables are made of high-strength steel, usually encased in a plastic or steel covering that is filled with grout, a fine grained form of concrete, for protection against corrosion.  

SELECTION OF CABLE CONFIGURATION

POSITIONS OF THE CABLES IN SPACE

TWO VERTICAL PLANES SYSTEM

TWO INCLINED PLANES SYSTEM

THE SINGLE PLANE SYSTEM

Cable Anchorage

INSTALLATION OF CABLES ANCHORAGE

INSTALLATION OF CABLES ANCHORAGE

cable stay

BRIDGE BEARINGS

FUNCTIONS OF BEARINGS

PIN BEARING

ROLLER TYPE BEARING

Single Roller Bearing

Multiple Roller Bearing

ROCKER TYPE BEARING

SLIDING BEARING

KNUCKLE PINNED BEARING

POT BEARINGS

PLAIN ELASTOMERIC BEARINGS

LAMINATED ELASTOMERIC BEARINGS

SELECTION OF BEARING TYPE ACCORDING TO AASHTO

TESTS ON CABLE STAYED BRIDGE MODEL

OUR PROJECT DEFINITION

COMPONENTS

1. Pylon

2. Deck

3. Cables

MODELLING STEPS
(USING CSI SAP2000 PROGRAM)

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