Orthotropic Bridge References for Researchers


  1. Mangus, Alfred, Shawn Sun "Chapter 14 Orthotropic Deck Bridges, Bridge Engineering Handbook," 1st ed., Chen, Wai-Fah; Duan, Lian, Ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL (1999).

  2. Troitsky, M.S., Orthotropic Bridges - Theory and Design, 2nd ed., The James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation, Cleveland, OH (1987).

  3. Degenkolb, Oris; Ostap, Bender, Basic Data on Orthotropic Decks Shed New Light to Bridge Design, Arc Welded in Manufacturing and Construction, I + II, James F. Lincoln Arc Welding, Cleveland, OH (1984).

  4. Fondriest, F. F. and Snyder, M. J., Research on and Paving Practices for Wearing Surfaces on Orthotropic Steel Bridge Decks Bulletin No. 3, Battle Memorial Institute of AISI American Iron & Steel Institute, August, 1966.

  5. Foley, E. R., and Murphy, J. P., World's Longest Orthotropic Section Feature of San Mateo-Hayward Bridge, Civil Engineering, ASCE, 38, 54, 1968.

  6. Balala, Ben, First Orthotropic Bridge Deck Paved with Epoxy Asphalt, Civil Engineering, ASCE, 38, 54, April, 1968.

  7. Balala, Ben, "Studies Leading to Choice of Epoxy Asphalt for pavement of Steel Orthotropic Bridge Deck of San Mateo-Hayward Bridge," Highway Research Record No. 287.

  8. Bouwkamp, J. G., Analysis of the Orthotropic Steel Deck of the San Diego - Coronado Bridge, Report No. 67-20, Structural Engineering Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, CA (1969).

  9. Curtis, G. N., Design of the Queens Way Bridge, Modern Welded Structure, IV, James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation, Cleveland, OH, A-34 (1980).

  10. AISC Prize Bridge Book 1971. (Queens Way Bridge) Pages 11, 12 and back cover.

  11. AISC Prize Bridge Book 1974. (Miller Sweeny Bridge) Pages 16 and 17.

  12. Thirty-seven Authors "HMS Eighth Biennial Movable Bridge Symposium" proceedings (Nov. 8-10, 2000) HMS Heavy Movable Structures, Inc., P.O. Box 398, Middletown, NJ 07748, Phone & Fax (732) 957-9753, Treasurer: Roy L. Bill, P.E. of New Jersey, DOT.

  13. Bener, O., Removable Section - Sacramento River Bridge at Colusa, Arc Welded in Manufacturing and Construction, II, James F. Lincoln Arc Welding, Cleveland, OH (1984).

  14. Davis, R. E., Field Testing of an Orthotropic Steel Deck Bridge, Vol. 1 and 2, California Department of Public Works, Division of Highway, Bridge Department, Sacramento, CA (1968).

  15. Lin, T.Y.; Kulka, F.; Chow, P.; Firmage, A., Design of Ruck-A-Chucky Bridge, American River, CA, USA, 48th Annual Convention of the Structural Engineers Association of California, Sacramento, pp 133-146 (1979).

  16. Haran, T., "Braille Trail Bridge" Welded Structures, The James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation, Cleveland, OH (1977).

  17. Marquez, T.; Huang, C.; Beauvoir, C.; Benoit, M.; and Mangus, A., California's 2356 Foot Long Orthotropic Bridge for I-880 Cypress Replacement Project IBC-98-22 (Maritime Off-Ramp), in the Proceedings of 15th International Bridge Conference, Pittsburgh, VA (1998).

  18. Strasky, J., Sivachenko, E. & Svadbik, P., "Short Span Steel Structures" IBC-98-10 15th Annual International Bridge Conference, Pittsburgh, PA June 15-17, (1998).

  19. Connor, Robert J., Fisher, John W., "Results of Field Measurements Williamsburg Bridge Replacement Orthotropic Deck - Final Report on Phase III" ATLSS Report No. 01-01 Lehigh University (Jan., 2001).

  20. Spoth, T.; Khazem, D.; and Orsolini, G., New Carquinez Bridge Northeast of San Francisco, CA Technical Design Advances TRB Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. pp 40-48 (1997).

  21. Nadar, Marwan; Manzanarez, Rafel; Baker, George; and Toan, Vong, San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge Self-Anchored Suspension Span Steel Design Challenges and Solutions, 2nd World Steel Bridge Symposium and Workshop, Chicago, IL, October 2-5, 2001, pp 16-1 to 16-27.

  22. Hicks, R. Gary; Dussek, Ian J.; Seim, Charles, "Asphalt Surfaces on Steel Bridge Decks," Transportation Research Record 1740, paper No. 00-0389, pp 135-142, Washington, D.C. (1999).

  23. Kawar, Ousama H., "Specifications for the Resurfacing of Bridge Deck with Epoxy Urethane Co-Polymer System on Fruitvale Avenue Bridge (Bridge No. 33C-0147) Between the Cities of Alameda and Oakland, Alameda County, California" (Miller Sweeney Bridge page) Alameda County, pp. 117 (1997).

  24. Chemco Systems Inc., Redwood City, California, "Epoxy Asphalt" reprint of papers including "Epoxy Asphalt Concrete: A Polymer Concrete with 25 Years Experience," Gaul, Robert W., American Concrete Institute Technical Session, "Polymer Concrete Overlays," November 11, 1993, Minneapolis, MN conference.

  25. Bavirisetty, R., San Diego Coronado Bay Bridge Overlay Project (Orthotropic Deck), Structure Notes, California Department of Transportation, Sacramento, CA (1993).

  26. Wolchuk, R., "Criteria for Surface Selection on Steel Orthotropic Decks," Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (Jan. 7-11, 2001).

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