4 edition of Performance and rehabilitation of timber bridges. found in the catalog.
by Transportation Research Board, National Research Council in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Series||Transportation research record -- 1053|
|Contributions||Transportation Research Board.|
|LC Classifications||TE7, TE365|
|The Physical Object|
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MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION OF TIMBER BRIDGES lNTRODUCTlON Wood is one of the most durable bridge materials, but over extended periods it may be subject to deterioration from decay, insect attack, or mechanical damage. Timber bridges must be periodically maintained or rehabilitated in order to keep them in a condition that will give optimumFile Size: KB.
According to recent reports, of the nationsbridges, about 40 percent are found structurally deficient or functionally obsolete. Deficiency is a performance element that is at or below a specified minimum level, generally established from a consensus of 3/5(1).
The Innovative Bridge Design Handbook: Construction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance encompasses the state of the art in bridge design, construction, maintenance, and safety assessment.
Written by an international group of experts, this book provides innovative design approaches used in various parts of the world and explores concepts in design.
Wood has been rediscovered as a material for bridges. Timber bridges are well suited for short- and medium-span applications to carry vehicle or pedestrian traffic (Fig. 7).Combining the advances in wood design, the use of glued-laminated timber, stress-laminated deck, and preservative treatment, permits wooden bridges that are economical, easy to construct, and which have a long service life.
Performance and Rehabilitation of Timber Bridges WILLIAM J. McCUTCHEON, RICHARD M. GUTKOWSKI, and RUSSELL C. MOODY ABSTAAf T Eighteen timber bridges were inspected to assess their long-term performance.
In general, they were in excellent structural condition with glued-laminated. performance and rehabilitation of timber bridges Eighteen timber bridges were inspected to assess their long-term performance. In general, they were in excellent structural condition with glued-laminated decks performing better than nail-laminated decks.
An overview of timber bridges / Fong L. Ou, Clyde Weller --Designing timber bridges for long life / Frank W.
Muchmore --Lateral stability considerations of timber beams in old bridges / Bruce A. Suprenant (and 3 others) --Ultimate strength of timber-deck bridges / Andrzej S. Nowak, Raymond J. Taylor --Load distribution criteria for glued. result, the estimated load postings and/or ratingsare often too conservative.
To better understand the live-load performance of covered timber bridges and to develop improved criteria for their load ratings, a series of live-load tests were performed on 11 single-span, historic covered timber by: 1.
Book Description. Maintenance, Safety, Risk, Management and Life-Cycle Performance of Bridges contains lectures and papers presented at the Ninth International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management (IABMAS ), held in Melbourne, Australia, July This volume consists of a book of extended abstracts and a USB card containing the full papers of.
Timber's strength, light weight, and energy-absorbing properties furnish features desirable for bridge construction. Timber is capable of supporting short-term overloads without adverse effects.
Contrary to popular belief, large wood members provide good fire resistance qualities that meet or exceed those of other materials in severe fire 3/5(1). Discover why Bridge Builders USA, Inc is the natural choice for timber bridges and vehicular bridge construction About Bridge Builders USA, Inc: When you work with Bridge Builders USA, Inc., you work with a company that stands behind the promise of environmental stewardship, economic performance, and integrity in its timber bridges.
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Repair and Rehabilitation of Treated Timber Bridges 2 concerning specifications and grades of material. The next chapter will cover repair. Repair is used here to indicate replacement of specific damaged or deteriorated components. For the most part, these will be remedial measures that will not dramatically change capacity of the Size: 2MB.
Hardwoods for Timber Bridges. James P. Wacker. Research General Engineer, USDA Forest Products Laboratory. Ed T Cesa. Former Program Coordinator, USDA Forest Service, National Wood In Transportation Center1. ardwood timbers have been used extensively as track ties, or sleepers, in the U.S.
railroad industry for over a hundred : James P. Wacker, Ed T. Cesa. Cost-E˜ective Timber Bridge Repairs: Manual for Repairs of Timber Bridges in Minnesota. Brent Phares, Principal Investigator Bridge Engineering Center and National Center for Wood Transportation Structures Iowa State University.
November Research Project Final Report BFile Size: 5MB. Portable Timber Bridges as a Best Management Practice 2 3 Portable Timber Bridges as a Best Management Practice.
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tion. This report is one in a series documenting field performance of timber bridges built as a part of the Timber Bridge Initiative.
This report describes the development, design, construction, and field performance of the Teal River bridge located in Sawyer County in northwestern Wisconsin. The bridge, built inis a two-lane. abilities of timber in bridge structures, the case study was conducted. The steel beams, holding the bridge deck, were replaced with the timber beams.
2 Background In order to implement more timber in special structures such as bridges, it is important to study the material: Its properties, characteristics and special needs.
In the back. Modern Timber Bridges Meeting Today’s Bridge Needs with Strength, Durability and Beauty Paul C. Gilham, P.E., S.E. Chief Engineer, Western Wood Structures, Inc. Wood Products Council is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems.
Credit earned on completion of this program will be. Summary Nearly timber bridges inspections completed during Most common type: sawn lumber girder with a sawn lumber deck (plank or nail-laminated) Numerous examples of bridge durability of more than 70 years Use of NDE inspection tools was key for collecting reliable inspection data among the six project teams All field data currently being analyzed for estimation of service life.
bridges that span at least 6 m (20 ft) (FHWA ). An estimated 6, timber bridges, in addition to those recorded by the NBI, are located on Federal government lands and/or span less than 6 m. A large majority of these timber bridges are located on secondary highways in rural America.
Timber beam bridges are the predominant superstructure type.of these bridges revealed severe corrosion of the steel compo-nents and deterioration of the timber plank decks, indicating that the bridges were structurally deficient and required major rehabilitation or replacement.
The original crossing at the Decatur bridge site was a m- (in.-) diameter corru-Cited by: 1. Bridges built in timber are enjoying a significant revival, both for pedestrian and light traffic and increasingly for heavier loadings and longer spans.
Timber's high strength-to-weight ratio, combined with the ease and speed of construction inherent in the off-site prefabrication methods used, make a timber bridge a suitable option in many Book Edition: 1st Edition.