IJMTES – ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF 30 M PRESTRESSED CONCRETE SUPER STRUCTURES WITH INDIAN STANDARD

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF 30 M PRESTRESSED CONCRETE SUPER STRUCTURES WITH INDIAN STANDARD

Author’s Name : Nisarg Modiunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 04 2017

ISSN no :  2348-3121

Page no: 297-301

Abstract – Bridge is most useful structure for highway Structures and River & Canal structures in without any obstruction of water, traffic is flow out on structures. In Bridge structures, many type of vehicles like small vehicles, light vehicles and heavy vehicles are flowing in every time, so main concept of bridge is how to become a safe under various types of loading condition of vehicles in one direction. Generally, the vehicles are flow in structure, the load of vehicles are Both side disperse in 45 degree from edge of tire of vehicle in both longitudinal and lateral directions means spans direction and length of Structure directions. So, this dispersion of load is directly affected to top of bridge (Deck slab) and then longitudinal girder as well as cross girder. After that the long member of bridge superstructure like girder is transported the load towards the substructure of Bridge and then foundation to soil. The design of superstructure is generally used with RCC, but now a days long span member of Bridge using with PSC, for get much more advantage and safety of Structure.

Keywords – PSC Superstructure, Analysis, Material, Type of Losses, Deck Slab, Torsion, End block and Intermediate and Outer Diaphragm

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