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Author: Michel Ghosn
ISBN: 0309087503
Pages 174 pages
Publisher National Academy Press (2003)
Language English
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by Michel Ghosn


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This study focused on developing fragility functions for bridges subjected to pier . Multi-hazard risk assessment of highway bridges subjected to earthquake and hurricane hazards.

NCHRP Report 489 (NCHRP 2003) determined the probability of exceeding the design scour depth, obtained from HEC-18. Ghosn (2005) also performed a similar anal- ysis and reported the probability of exceeding the design scour depth for periods of 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 years. This study focused on developing fragility functions for bridges subjected to pier scour under vehicular loads.

The objective of NCHRP Project 12-48 was to develop a design procedure for the application of extreme event.

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This book called Design of Highway Bridges lacks two chapters that are mentioned in the preface by the authors and therefore, it is incomplete design purpose. The title that may fit this book is Highway Superstructures design. The two chapters are on Substructures Design. It is an extraordinary text book for Bridge Design courses. The book has a didactic presentation, clear for students, and it has examples of application of the AASTHO LRDF code. The examples are well-defined and well explained.

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oceedings{H, title {Redundancy in Highway Bridge Superstructures}, author {Michel Ghosn and Fred Moses}, year {1998} }. Michel Ghosn, Fred Moses. A framework for considering redundancy in the design and load capacity evaluation of highway bridge superstructures is proposed. Redundancy is defined in terms of the capacity of the bridge system to resist failure at high loads and to resist system serviceability distress compared with its capacity to resist first member failure. The consequences of damage of one member to the overall system capacity is also checked.

Thornton-Tomasetti, P. C. (1987) Overview Report Investigation of the New York State Thruway Schoharie Creek Bridge Collapse.

Failures in Civil Engineering: Structural, Foundation and Geoenvironmental Case Studies. Thornton-Tomasetti, P. Prepared for: New York State Disaster Preparedness Commission, December 1987. Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, In. and Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers (1987) Collapse of Thruway Bridge at Schoharie Creek, Final Report, Prepared for: New York State Thruway Authority, November 1987.

4 Extreme Event Limit State 256. 1. Flexural Strength of Reinforced Concrete Members 257. 1 Depth to Neutral Axis for Beams with Bonded Tendons 257.