Cross-Frame and Diaphragm Behavior in Skewed Bridges
The author examines the existing specifications and guidance for bracing provisions by AASHTO, AISC, and TxDot, and the need for developing bracing requirements....

A New Skew
Most bridges that cross roadways or other elements at a skewed angle are designed based on right-angle crossings with inefficient modifications. A new concept for skewed crossings is a...

Local Scour at Skewed Bridge Piers

Pier Scour on Slightly Skewed Double Bridges

The Effect of Flow Skew Angle on Sediment Scour Near Pile Groups

Easy, Concise Calculations for Eccentrically Loaded Welded Connections

Effect of Near-Bed Velocity Skewness on Cross Shore Sediment Transport

Cross-Shore Transport Processes during Onshore Bar Migration

Seismic Response of Bridges with Soil–Foundation Flexibilities and Skew Effects

Pier Scour on Slightly Skewed Double Bridges

Design Approaches to Shear Connections for Skewed Members in Steel Structures

On Communicating Hydrologic Risk

Evaluation of Sampling Properties of General Extreme Value (GEV) Distribution-L-Moments Vs Conventional Moments
The sample estimates of conventional moments are shown to be biased and this bias increases for small samples, and especially so when the skewness is high (Wallis et al., 1974). The recently...

Scour around Exposed Pile Foundations
Laboratory experiments were conducted to measure local scour around exposed pile groups for a variety of conditions including different spacings, different skew angles, different patterns...

Pollution Transport in Karst
A new model of pollution transport in natural streams was developed and tested. Dead zone storage is modeled as a two time constant process. This approach better matches the observed persistence...

Effects of Modeling and Analysis Methods on Seismic Responses of Curved Bridges

The Effect of Approaching Flow Angles on the Local Scour at Semi-Circular Piers

Physical Testing of Two R/C Skewed Slab Bridges with Integral Wall Abutments
Two one-third scale models of an existing reinforced concrete skewed slab bridge with integral wall abutments were tested statically to failure. Typically, these bridges are designed using...

Linear and Nonlinear Finite Element Analyses of RC Skewed Slab Bridges with Integral Wall Abutments
The design of rigid-frame skewed slab bridges is complicated by higher shears and moments near the obtuse corner (see Fig.1). While the finite element method can be used to compute these...

Vibration and Impact in Skewed Steel Bridges
The vibration and impact of skewed multigirder bridges due to vehicles moving across rough bridge deck are studied. The bridges are modeled as grillage beam systems. The vehicle is simulated...

 

 

 

 

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