Category: Video Blog – Bridge Beams

Design Engineer Video Post
17April2013

Design Engineer Video Blog Question 13

Steve briefly explains the layout, structure and detail included for bridge beam design as based on our manual launched in 2011. He also points out significant areas to be noted such as the Designers Checklist.

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 17 Apr 2013  0 Comments
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20February2013

Design Engineer Video Blog 5 – Bridge Beam Design

This week, Steve explains different aspects which aid optimisation of pre-stressed bridge beam design such as high strength concrete, de-bonding and exposure class. He explains crack width checks effect on such design and where applies.

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 20 Feb 2013  0 Comments
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Design Engineer Video Blog
06February2013

Design Engineer Video Blog Question 3 – Bridge Beam Design

In this weeks video, Steve explains the typical steps to bridge beam design involving structure definition, load and load effect, strand and links layout, stress and sheer limit checks.

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 06 Feb 2013  0 Comments
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30January2013

Design Engineer Video Blog Question 2 – Bridge Beam Design

In this weeks video, Steve explains the benefits of high strength concrete based on stress limit check in design and what the function of the grade of the concrete brings to design, span, and strength of bridge or other beams.

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 30 Jan 2013  0 Comments
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Design Engineer Video Blog Series
17January2013

The Design Engineer Video Blog – Bridge Beams

As blogged late last year we are uploading a series of 12 video blogs about Bridge and Culvert Design. This week Steve Lowe, our Senior Design Engineer will be discussing how a prestressed concrete bridge beam works.

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 17 Jan 2013  0 Comments
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