The Design and Construction of Metallic Bridges

Front Cover
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

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 OVER NIAGARA RIVER
29
ART PAGE 24 PROJECTED NORTH RIVER SUSPENSION Bridge
30
ARCHED Ribs 26 NATURE OF ARCHED RIBS
31
RECENT ARCHED Ribs
32
THE FIRST CANTILEVERS IN AMERICA
33
PROMINENT CANTILEVER STRUCTURES
34
MOVABLE BRIDGES 31 TYPES AND EXAMPLES OF MOVABLE BRIDGES
35
IRON RAILWAY VIADUCTS 32 AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT OF TIMBER AND IRON VIADUCTS
37
CHAPTER II
40
GENERAL TYPES OF BRIDGETRUSSES
41
NOTATION OR NUMBERING OF MEMBERS
43
DECK THROUGH AND PONY Trusses
44
Fixed OR DEAD LOAD
45
American Bridge Co
46
Pennsylvania Railroad Co
47
Weights of STRINGERS AND FLOORBEAMS AND THEIR Design
49
WEIGHTS OF BRIDGES AND FORMULĘ FOR THE DETERMINATION OF SUCH WEIGHTS
50
SpeciFICATIONS FOR FLOOR SYSTEMS OF HIGHWAY Bridges
52
MOVING OR Live LOADS FOR RAILROAD BRIDGES
55
EQUIVALENT LOADS
59
MOVING OR LIVE LOADS FOR HIGHWAY BRIDGES
61
J A L Waddell
63
STRESSES CAUSED BY OTHER THAN FIXED AND MOVING LOADS
65
STRESSES Due To WIND
71
STRESSES DUE TO INITIAL TENSION
79
Greatest BENDING MOMENT IN A NONCONTINUOUS BEAM PRODUCED
90
COMPUTATIONS FOR A RAILROAD PLATE GIRDER
97
GENERAL FORMULĘ OF THE COMMON THEORY OF FLEXURE
105
THE DESIGN OF A PLATE GIRDER III
111
ART PAGB
128
ECONOMIC DEPTH OF A PLATE GIRDER
137
APPLICATIONS TO TRUSSES WITH PARALLEL AND HORIZONTAL CHORDS
144
MAXIMUM FLOORBEAM REACTION
152
CHAPTER V
222
POSITION OF MOVING LOAD FOR Greatest Stress IN ANY
228
THE INTERSECTION OF CHORD SECTIONS ABOVE THE INCLINED
234
TRUSSES WITH PARABOLIC UPPER CHORD
246
TRUSSES WITH SUBDIVIDED PANELS
257
ART PAGE
263
FINK ROOFTRUSS
270
INFLUENCE LINES FOR SHEARS IN BEAMS AND TRUSSES
277
CHAPTER VII
284
EXAMPLE OF SWINGBRIDGE WITH ENDS SIMPLY SUPPORTEDTwo
295
PORTSONE SUPPORT AT CENTER
361
SWINGBRIDGE WITH ENDS LATCHED Down
374
FINAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRECEDING METHODS
381
COMPLETELY CONTINUOUS SWINGBRIDGES TREATED BY
388
DefleCTION OF THE END OF AN Open SWINGBRIDGE
394
POWER REQUIRED TO TURN A DRAWBRIDGE
400
MOTORS FOR MOVING SWINGBRIDGES
407
DEFLECTION OF FRAMED STRUCTURES AND OUTLINE
412
CHAPTER IX
428
TRANSVERSE SWAYBRACES IN DECKBRIDGES
436
TRANSVERSE BRACING WITH DISTRIBUTED REACTIONS
444
DOUBLETRACK VIADUCTS
459
CHAPTER X
462
CUMULATIVE STRESSES
464
DIRECT STRESS COMBINED WITH BENDING IN CHORDS
466
Deckbridge with Load Directly on Upper Chord
469
COMBINED BENDING AND DIRECT STRESS IN GENERAL
473
USUAL APPROXIMATE METHOD EMPLOYED FOR COMBINED BENDING AND DIRECT STRESS IN COLUMNS OR Posts
475
Exact METHOD FOR COMBINED COMPRESSION AND Bending
478
RIVETED JOINTS AND PRESSURE ON RIVETS
481
RIVETED CONNECTIONS BETWEEN WEB MEMBERS AND CHORDS
485
EveBARS OR LINKS
486
EYEBAR SUBJECTED TO BENDING BY ITS Own Weight OR OTHER VERTICAL LOADING
490
Approximate Methods
491
THE APPROXIMATE METHOD ORDINARILY EMPLOYED
492
EXACT METHOD OF TREATING COMBINED BENDING AND DIRECT Stress
498
Size of Pins
503
CAMBER
509
ECONOMIC DEPTH OP TRUSSES WITH PARALLEL CHORDS
513
SAFETY FACTORS AND WORKING STRESSES
515
THE RESISTANCE OF SOLID METALLIC ROLLERS
518
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information