BRIDGE DESIGN


OVERVIEW:


This course covers design of new bridges and evaluation of existing bridges in accordance with current AASHTO specifications. The procedures and requirements of bridge design and evaluation will be discussed, and the corresponding AASHTO code provisions will be explained through examples. Main topics include overview and history of bridge engineering, bridge design and evaluation methods and procedures, bridge superstructure design, bridge substructure design, fatigue and fracture of steel bridges, bridge load rating, advanced methods and technologies for bridge condition assessment, and case studies.



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TOPICS COVERED:

COURSE CONTENT:

1. Introduction of design.

What is design?
Types of design.
Importance of design.

2. Introduction of structure.

What is structure?
Types of structure.
Structural member.

3. Structural design process.



4. Structural connection.



5. Truss members and bracing.



6. Structural loads.

Dead load.
Live load.
Wind load.
Snow load.
Seismic load



7. Structural analysis.



8. Steel design.

What is steel?
Properties.
Effect of carbon in steel.
Disadvantage


9. Concrete Design

What is concrete?
Properties.
Concrete grade.


10. Introduction of staad pro.

Advantages.
Difference in auto cad and Staad pro.
Introduction to geom
Creation of Geometry
Modifying Geometry of Members.
Use of Bracings in Structure.
Placement of Bracings in Structure.
Geometry of Bracings in Structure.
Miscellaneous Geometry in the Structure - Curved Beams, Solids.
Revision of Geometry of Structure as in Architectural Drawing.
Meaning of Property of Members – Steel and Concrete.
Releases in members.
Meaning of Connections in Steel members.
Concrete Joints and Connections.
Use of Master/Slave Joints
Truss, Tension and Compression members.
Introduction to various types of Supports- Fixed, Pinned, Fixed But and
Enforced but Supports.
Various Types of Loadings.
Basics of Dead Load, Live Load and Snow Load.
Various Types of Loadings- Continued.



11. Introduction to bridge : What is a bridge?

Importance of bridge
Allowable stress design
Load & resistance factor design



12. Principles of Limit States Design

Design Procedures
Allowable Stress Design (ASD)
Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD)



13. Load

Examining system privileges
Enumeration of networks
Privilege escalation
Sniffing network packets
Analyzing the packets
Countermeasures



14. Aerodynamics of bridge.

Control victim’s computer
Binding trojans with another file
Undetection of trojans
Identifying the running applications
Identifying the trojans ,virus
Identifying the logs
Counter Measures



15. Types of bridges

Arch bridge.
Cantilever bridge.
Beam bridge.
Cable stayed bridge.



16. Live projects on software

Design and analysis of Cantilever bridge.
Design and analysis of Cable stayed bridge.



After the Practical work there will be fabrication of Bridge with the balsa sticks.



WORKSHOP FEES:

₹ 1100 per participant



VENUE:

College of Engineering, Pune



DATE:

21st and 22nd September, 2019