Seismic Design

Committee on Cable-Stayed Bridges of ASCE

Part of: Guidelines for the Design of Cable-Stayed Bridges


For seismic design of cable-stayed bridges, the following characteristics are of importance: The cable-stayed bridges consist of various components with different structural properties; The fundamental natural period is generally long and the structural damping is low, as compared with girder, truss, or arch bridges having the same span length; and with the increase of span length, the nonlinearity and three-dimensional motion of the structure may no longer be ignored.

Subject Headings: Cable stayed bridges | Seismic design | Bridge design | Cables | Arch bridges | Bridge components | Girder bridges | Span bridges


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