Grillage Analysis Applied to Cellular Bridge Decks

Author: Hambly, E C;Pennells, E

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Grillage Analysis Applied to Cellular Bridge Decks

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Grillage Analysis Applied to Cellular Bridge Decks
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Hambly, E C;Pennells, E

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Guidelines arising from the use of grillage analysis in the design of cellular bridge decks are discussed. Differences between the physical behaviour of cellular decks and a grillage of beams are identified, leading to conclusions on the evaluation of stiffness parameters for an idealized grillage. E.C. Hambly and E. Pennells

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