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    the very best book "BRIDGE Engineering Substacture Design

    Preface

    The Bridge Engineering Handbook
    is a unique, comprehensive, and the state-of-the-art reference work
    and resource book covering the major areas of bridge engineering with the theme “bridge to the 21st century.” It has been written with practicing bridge and structural engineers in mind. The ideal readers
    will be M.S.-level structural and bridge engineers with a need for a single reference source to keep abreast
    of new developments and the state-of-the-practice, as well as to review standard practices.
    The areas of bridge engineering include planning, analysis and design, construction, maintenance, and
    rehabilitation. To provide engineers a well-organized and user-friendly, easy to follow resource, the
    Handbook is divided into four volumes: I, Superstructure Design II, Substructure Design III, Seismic
    Design, and IV, Construction and Maintenance.
    Volume II: Substructure Design
    addresses the various substructure components: bearings, piers and
    columns, towers, abutments and retaining structures, geotechnical considerations, footing and foundations,
    vessel collisions, and bridge hydraulics.
    The Handbook stresses professional applications and practical solutions. Emphasis has been placed
    on ready-to-use materials. It contains many formulas and tables that give immediate answers to questions
    arising from practical work. It describes the basic concepts and assumptions omitting the derivations of
    formulas and theories. It covers traditional and new, innovative practices. An overview of the structure,
    organization, and ******* of the book can be seen by examining the table of *******s presented at the
    beginning of the book while an in-depth view of a particular subject can be seen by examining the
    individual table of *******s preceding each chapter. References at the end of each chapter can be consulted
    for more detailed studies.

    *******s
    1 Bearings
    Johnny Feng and Hong Chen
    1.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    1-1
    1.2 Types of Bearings .................................................. .................................................. .................
    1-1
    1.3 Selection of Bearings .................................................. .................................................. ............
    1-5
    1.4 Design of Elastomeric Bearings.......................................... .................................................. ...
    1-7
    2 Piers and Columns
    Jinrong Wang
    2.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    2-1
    2.2 Structural Types .................................................. .................................................. ...................
    2-1
    2.3 Design Loads .................................................. .................................................. ........................
    2-4
    2.4 Design Criteria .................................................. .................................................. .....................
    2-7
    3 Towers
    Charles Seim
    3.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    3-1
    3.2 Functions .................................................. .................................................. .............................
    3-2
    3.3 Aesthetics .................................................. .................................................. .............................
    3-2
    3.4 Conceptual Design............................................ .................................................. .....................
    3-4
    3.5 Final Design............................................ .................................................. .............................
    3-11
    3.6 Construction .................................................. .................................................. ......................
    3-14
    3.7 Summary .................................................. .................................................. ...........................
    3-15
    4 Abutments and Retaining Structures
    Linan Wang and Chao Gong
    4.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    4-1
    4.2 Abutments .................................................. .................................................. ...........................
    4-1
    4.3 Retaining Structures........................................ .................................................. .....................
    4-22
    5 Geotechnical Considerations
    Thomas W. McNeilan and James Chai
    5.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    5-1
    5.2 Field Exploration Techniques .................................................. ...............................................
    5-2
    5.3 Defining Site Investigation Requirements...................................... ......................................
    5-15
    5.4 Development of Laboratory Testing Program .................................................. ...................
    5-17
    5.5 Data Presentation and Site Characterization.................................. ......................................
    5-19
    6 Shallow Foundations
    James Chai
    6.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    6-1
    6.2 Design Requirements...................................... .................................................. .......................
    6-2
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    xiv
    6.3 Failure Modes of Shallow Foundations .................................................. ................................
    6-3
    6.4 Bearing Capacity for Shallow Foundations .................................................. ..........................
    6-3
    6.5 Stress Distribution Due to Footing Pressures......................................... ..............................
    6-14
    6.6 Settlement of Shallow Foundations .................................................. ....................................
    6-17
    6.7 Shallow Foundations on Rock.............................................. .................................................
    6-28
    6.8 Structural Design of Spread Footings .................................................. .................................
    6-30
    7 Deep Foundations
    Youzhi Ma and Nan Deng
    7.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    7-1
    7.2 Classification and Selection .................................................. .................................................. .
    7-2
    7.3 Design Considerations.................................... .................................................. .....................
    7-10
    7.4 Axial Capacity and Settlement — Individual Foundation........................................ ..........
    7-14
    7.5 Lateral Capacity and Deflection — Individual Foundation ................................................
    7-25
    7.6 Grouped Foundations....................................... .................................................. ...................
    7-34
    7.7 Seismic Design............................................ .................................................. ..........................
    7-388
    Effective Length of Compression Members
    Lian Duan and Wai-Fah Chen
    8.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    8-1
    8.2 Isolated Columns .................................................. .................................................. .................
    8-2
    8.3 Framed Columns — Alignment Chart Method............................................ .........................
    8-3
    8.4 Modifications to Alignment Charts .................................................. ......................................
    8-8
    8.5 Framed Columns — Alternative Methods .................................................. .........................
    8-13
    8.6 Crossing Bracing Systems .................................................. .................................................. ..
    8-16
    8.7 Latticed and Built-Up Members .................................................. .........................................
    8-17
    8.8 Tapered Columns........................................... .................................................. ......................
    8-20
    8.9 Summary .................................................. .................................................. ...........................
    8-20
    9 Vessel Collision Design of Bridges
    Michael Knott and Zolan Prucz
    9.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .........................
    9-2
    9.2 Initial Planning.......................................... .................................................. ............................
    9-
    4
    9.3 Waterway Characteristics .................................................. .................................................. ....
    9-6
    9.4 Vessel Traffic Characteristics................................... .................................................. ..............
    9-6
    9.5 Collision Risk Analysis.......................................... .................................................. .................
    9-8
    9.6 Vessel Impact Loads............................................. .................................................. ................
    9-10
    9.7 Bridge Analysis and Design .................................................. .................................................
    9-14
    9.8 Bridge Protection Measures.......................................... .................................................. .......
    9-15
    9.9 Conclusions .................................................. .................................................. ........................
    9-16
    10 Bridge Hydraulics
    Jim Springer and Ke Zhou
    10.1 Introduction .................................................. .................................................. .......................
    10-1
    10.2 Bridge Hydrology and Hydraulics........................................ .................................................
    10-1
    10.3 Bridge Scour .................................................. .................................................. .....................





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