Prestressed Composite Continuous Bridge Girderby Subhash C. Anand,
Clarence J. Fennell, III,
Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1976, Vol. 102, Issue 1, Pg. 313-318
Document Type: Journal Paper
It has previously been shown that savings in material coasts of up to 25% can be obtained due to prestressing in the design of simply supported composite beams for buildings and deck type highway bridges. The objective of this technical note is to demonstrate that prestressing leads to similar cost savings also in the design of two-span continuous composite highway bridge girders utilizing the available rolled steel sections.
Subject Headings: Composite bridges | Continuous bridges | Girder bridges | Prestressing | Plate girders | Highway and road design | Highway bridges | Bridge design | Building design | Bridge decks | Composite beams
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