The Design and Construction of Metallic Bridges

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J. Wiley, 1905 - Bridges - 532 pages
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Contents

WROUGHTIRON TUBULAR BRIDGES
18
EARLY TRUSS STRUCTURES
19
PIN CONNECTIONS FOR TRUSSES
22
THE WoRK of WHIPPLE MURPHY AND LINVILLE
23
THE POST TRUSs
24
PRESENT TYPES OF TRUSSES
25
SUSPENSION BRIDGES 17 EARLY SUSPENSION BRIDGES
26
FIRST WIRE SUSPENSION BRIDGE
27
FIRST TRUE STIFFENED SUSPENSION BRIDGE
28
OTHER STIFFENED SUSPENSION BRIDGEs ovKR NIAGARA RIVER
29
ART PAGE 24 Projected North R1ver Suspens1on Br1dge
30
Arched R1bs 26 Nature of Arched R1bs
31
Recent Arched R1bs
32
The F1rst Cant1levers 1n Amer1ca
33
Prom1nent Cant1lever Structures
34
Movable Br1dges 31 Types and Examples of Movable Br1dges
35
Iron Ra1lway V1aducts
36
Amer1can Development of T1mber and Iron V1aducts
37
CHAPTER II
40
General Types of Br1dgetrusses
41
Notat1on or Number1ng of Members
43
Deck Through and Pony Trusses
44
F1xed or Dead Load
45
American Bridge Co
46
Pennsylvania Railroad Co
47
We1ghts of Str1ngers and Floorbeams and the1r Des1gn
49
We1ghts of Br1dges and Formulae for the Determ1nat1on of such We1ghts
50
Spec1f1cat1ons for Floor Systems of H1ghway Br1dges
52
Mov1ng or L1ve Loads for Ra1lroad Br1dges
55
Equ1valent Loads
59
Mov1ng or L1ve Loads for H1ghway Br1dges
61
J A L Waddell
63
Stresses Caused by Other than F1xed and Mov1ng Loads
65
Stresses Due to W1nd
71
ART PAGB
77
Stresses Due to In1t1al Tens1on
79
Greatest Bend1ng Moment 1n a Noncont1nuous Beam Produced
90
Computat1ons for a Ra1lroad Plate G1rder
97
ART PAOB
104
General Formula of the Common Theory of Flexure
105
The Des1gn of a Plate G1rder
114
ART PAGB
128
Stresses 1n a Double1ntersect1on Truss w1th Un1form D1ag
202
S1 Skewbr1dges
211
CHAPTER V
222
Appl1cat1on to Spec1al Cases
231
Pos1t1on of Mov1ng Load for Greatest Chord Stresses
238
Trusses w1th Parabol1c Upper Chord
246
Trusses w1th Subd1v1ded Panels
257
ART PAOK
263
F1nk Rooftruss
270
Influence L1nes for Shears 1n Beams and Trusses
277
CHAPTER VII
284
Example of Sw1ngbr1dge w1th Ends S1mply SupportedTwo
295
Sw1ngbr1dge w1th Ends Latched Down
374
F1nal Observat1ons on the Preced1ng Methods
381
Completely Cont1nuous Sw1ngbr1dges Treated by
388
Deflect1on of the End of an Open Sw1ngbr1dge
394
Motors for Mov1ng Sw1ngbr1dges
407
DEFLECTION OF FRAMED STRUCTURES AND OUTLINE
412
Method of Least Work
420
CHAPTER IX
428
Transverse Swaybraces 1n Deckbr1dges
436
Transverse Brac1ng w1th D1str1buted React1ons
444
Doubletrack V1aducts 459
459
CHAPTER X
462
Cumulat1ve Stresses
464
D1rect Stress Comb1ned w1th Bend1ng 1n Chords
466
Deckbridge with Load Directly on Upper Chord
469
Comb1ned Bend1ng and D1rect Stress 1n General
473
Usual Approx1mate Method Employed for Comb1ned Bend1ng and D1rect Stress 1n Columns or Posts
475
Exact Method for Comb1ned Compress1on and Bend1ng
478
R1veted Jo1nts and Pressure on R1vets
481
R1veted Connect1ons Between Web Members and Chords
485
Eyebars or L1nks
486
Approximate Methods
491
The Approx1mate Method Ord1nar1ly Employed
492
Exact Method of Treat1ng Comb1ned Bend1ng and D1rect Stress
498
S1ze of P1ns
503
Camber
509
Econom1c Depth of Trusses w1th Parallel Chords
513
Safety Factors and Work1ng Stresses
515
The Resistance of Sol1d Metall1c Rollers 518
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