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000216576 245__ $$aEffect on Bridge Load Effects of Vehicle Transverse In-Lane Position: A Case Study
000216576 260__ $$aReston$$bAmerican Society of Civil Engineers$$c2015
000216576 269__ $$a2015
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000216576 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000216576 520__ $$aThis paper presents an investigation of the influence of vehicle transverse in-lane position on bridge traffic load effects. To analyze the influence, both finite-element analysis and statistical analysis methods are used, and various technical aspects are studied, including statistics of vehicle-transverse-in-lane positions, histogram of stress spectrum, and equivalent stress range. Four sets of vehicle transverse in-lane position data were collected by weigh-in-motion systems installed on highways in different regions of France. These data sets are statistically analyzed to investigate their distribution features and relationship with vehicle types, loading condition, vehicle speed, and lane profile. Two case studies are presented, which investigate the influence of vehicle transverse in-lane position on load effects of different types of bridge deck. The results show that transverse stresses experienced by these two bridge decks are significantly influenced by vehicle transverse position, and fatigue analysis demonstrates that the fatigue damage in terms of equivalent stress range for critical details of an orthotropic steel deck is very sensitive to the transverse-in-lane position of heavy vehicle traffic. (C) 2015 American Society of Civil Engineers.
000216576 6531_ $$aWeigh-in-motion
000216576 6531_ $$aBridge
000216576 6531_ $$aVehicle transverse in-lane position
000216576 6531_ $$aOrthotropic steel deck
000216576 6531_ $$aReinforced concrete deck
000216576 6531_ $$aFinite-element analysis
000216576 6531_ $$aStatistical analysis
000216576 700__ $$aZhou, Xiao-Yi$$uUniv Paris Est, IFSTTAR, Dept Mat & Struct, Paris, France
000216576 700__ $$0243250$$aTreacy, Mark$$g201875$$uEcole Polytech Fed Lausanne, Struct Maintenance & Safety Lab, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
000216576 700__ $$aSchmidt, Franziska$$uUniv Paris Est, IFSTTAR, Dept Mat & Struct, Paris, France
000216576 700__ $$0243245$$aBruehwiler, Eugen$$g104646$$uEcole Polytech Fed Lausanne, Struct Maintenance & Safety Lab, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
000216576 700__ $$aToutlemonde, Francois$$uUniv Paris Est, IFSTTAR, Dept Mat & Struct, Paris, France
000216576 700__ $$aJacob, Bernard
000216576 773__ $$j20$$k12$$q04015020$$tJournal Of Bridge Engineering
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