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Seismic Analysis of Two Span Cable Stayed Bridge

Author(s):

Vikash Singh , MADAN MOHAN MALAVIYA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY; Samreen Bano, INTEGRAL UNIVERSITY; Anand Kumar Yadav, MMMUT, GORAKHPUR; Dr. Sabih Ahmad, INTEGRAL UNIVERSITY; Dr. Syed Aqeel Ahmad, INTEGRAL UNIVERSITY

Keywords:

Cable-Stayed-Bridge, Response Spectrum, Time History, SAP, Modelling

Abstract

The requirement of long span bridge is increase with development of infrastructure facility in every nation. Long span bridge could be achieved with use of high strength materials and innovative techniques for analysis of bridge. Generally, cable supported bridges comprise both suspension and cable-stayed bridge. Cable supported bridges are very flexible in behaviour. These flexible systems are susceptible to the dynamic effects of wind and earthquake loads. The cable-stayed bridge could provide more rigidity due to presence of tensed cable stays as a force resistance element. The cable bridge could assigned more span in the field of bridge. Seismic analysis of cable stayed bridge has been carried out by two different methods namely Response spectrum (RS) method and Time history method. Modelling of cable stayed bridge in SAP 2000 software is carried out and model is analysing by Response spectrum (RS) method and Time history method.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I20151
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2019
Page(s): 175-178

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