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Published by Thomas Telford, Distributors, USA, ASCE Press in London, Reston, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Footbridges -- Design and construction.,
  • Cable-stayed bridges -- Design and construction.,
  • Suspension bridges -- Design and construction.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-223) and index.

    StatementJiri Strasky.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTG428 .S73 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 232 p. :
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16398691M
    ISBN 10072773282X
    LC Control Number2007408931


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Stress Ribbon and Cable-Supported Pedestrian Bridges provides a definitive practical guide to the skills, knowledge and understanding required by the practising engineer.

'Stress ribbon bridges' is the term used to describe structures formed by a very slender concrete deck in the shape of a catenary. Illustrated throughout, Stress Ribbon and Cable-Supported Pedestrian Bridges provides numerous international examples and case studies of outstanding structures. This new edition has been fully updated to bring text in to line with Eurocodes and includes new examples and case studies to showcase the advances in design techniques and testing.5/5(1).

Stress Ribbon and Cable-supported Pedestrian Bridges looks at how slender concrete deck are used in the design of suspension and cable stayed structures. Back to Book Listing Stress ribbon and cable-supported pedestrian bridges.

Illustrated throughout, "Stress Ribbon and Cable-Supported Pedestrian Bridges" provides examples of outstanding structures, which have been recently completed. This book will be of value to practicing engineers who wish to understand the premises upon which the rules are based and researchers who wish to develop the subject further and students who wish to delve into the background behind the current loading rules.

InACCIONA construction was involved in the design and construction of a stress-ribbon pedestrian bridge [23][24][25] [26]. "Stress-ribbon bridge" is the term that has been coined to Author: Jiri Strasky. The initial aim of this book was to explain the problems of design and construction of cable-supported structures with stress ribbon decks, rather than to follow the standards and codes.

For the second edition, however, the new Eurocodes will be implemented. Borrow it Toggle Dropdown Albert D. Cohen Management Library; Architecture/Fine Arts Library; Archives and Special Collections; Bibliothèque Alfred-Monnin (Université de Saint-Boniface).

Strasky, J.: Arch and Cable-Supported Pedestrian bridges with a Stress Ribbon Deck. ASBI International Symposium on Future Technology for Concrete Segmental Bridges.

San Francisco Strasky, J.: Stress-ribbon pedestrian bridges supported or suspended on arches. Conference FootbridgePorto, Portugal.

Curved stress ribbon bridge The idea of balancing the effects of the self-weight was also used in a study of a curved stress ribbon structure. The approach presented in Figures (a) and (a) was also used in the design of our stress ribbon structure (Figure ). Illustrated throughout, Stress Ribbon and Cable-Supported Pedestrian Bridges provides numerous international examples and case studies of outstanding structures.

This new edition has been fully. Stress ribbon and cable supported pedestrian bridges 1. Akademie věd České republiky Teze doktorské disertační práce k získání Stress ribbon and cable-supported pedestrian bridges book titulu "doktor věd" ve skupině technických věd STRESS RIBBON AND CABLE SUPPORTED PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES Komise pro obhajoby doktorských disertací v oboru mechanika těles, konstrukcí, mechanismů a prostředí Prof.

Ing. Jiří. Summary: This new and fully updated edition of Stress ribbon and Cable-supported Pedestrian Bridges examines all aspects of the these structures. Starting with a brief history, the title describes structural types, addresses general design criteria, current technology, static and dynamic analysis and discusses the results of the static and.

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Ing. Jiří Stráský, CSc. Vysoké učení technické v Brně, Fakulta stavební, Ústav betonových a. Stress Ribbon and Cable-Supported Pedestrian Bridges Year Published: Author: J Strasky g Summary: "Stress ribbon bridges' is the term used to describe structures formed by a very slender concrete desk in the shape of a catenary.

They can be designed with one or more spans and are characterized by successive and complementary smooth. For their aesthetic values, both arches and stress-ribbon decks are widely used in design of pedestrian bridges.

The combination of the two systems provides the solution of a self-anchored : Jiri Strasky. Stress Ribbon and Cable-Supported Pedestrian Bridges (2nd Edition) Details This book considers how slender concrete decks are used in the design of suspension and cable.

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Stress Ribbon and Cable-Supported Pedestrian Bridges considers how slender concrete decks are used in the design of suspension and cable stayed structures. It looks at their characteristic feature - their rigidity, which is mainly given by the tension stiffness of prestressed concrete decking, so much so that movement caused by pedestrians or wind does not register as discomfort by users.

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14 Jan Hardback. unavailable. Notify me. Learn. recently completed in San Diego – see Fig1. This, so far the longest stress ribbon bridge, has three continuous spans of equal span length of nm. The sag in all spans is m (Sánchez A.

et al. Stress ribbon & arch pedestrian bridges Jiri Strasky Brno University of Technology & Strasky, Husty and Partners, Brno, Czech RepublicFile Size: KB.

Illustrated throughout, Stress Ribbon and Cable-Supported Pedestrian Bridges provides numerous international examples and case studies of outstanding structures. This new edition has been fully updated to bring text in to line with Eurocodes and includes new examples and case studies to showcase the advances in design techniques and testing.

Stress Ribbon and Cable-supported Pedestrian Bridges provides a definitive practical guide to the skills, knowledge and understanding required by the practising engineer. ‘Stress ribbon bridges’ is the term used to describe structures formed by a very slender concrete deck in the shape of a catenary.

53 Anlan Bridge, Dujiangyan (CN), A. 54 Support system of a stress ribbon bridge 55 Forces in the stress ribbon depending on span length and slope s 56 Steel stress ribbon bridge, Aaresteg. A stressed ribbon bridge (also stress-ribbon bridge or catenary bridge) is a tension structure (similar in many ways to a simple suspension bridge).

The suspension cables are embedded in the deck which follows a catenary arc between supports. Unlike the simple span, the ribbon is stressed in traction, which adds to the stiffness of the structure (simple suspension spans tend to sway and bounce).Ancestor: Simple suspension bridge.

“Stress Ribbon and Cable-supported Pedestrian Bridges” looks at how slender concrete decks are used in the design of suspension and cable stayed looks at their characteristic feature; their rigidity, which is mainly given by the tension stiffness of prestressed concrete decking, so much so that movement caused by pedestrians.

Get this from a library. Stress ribbon and cable-supported pedestrian bridges. [Jiřʹi Strʹaskʹy] -- This new and fully updated edition of Stress Ribbon and Cable-supported Pedestrian Bridges examines all aspects of the design of these structures. Starting with a brief history, the title describes.

A stress ribbon bridge is a tension structure similar in many ways to a simple suspension bridge. The suspension cables are embedded in the deck which follows a catenary arc between the supports. As opposed to suspension bridges, where the cables carry the load, in stress ribbon, by tensioning the cables and the deck between abutments, the deck.

wide stress ribbon pedestrian bridge is shown. Postulates The use of stress ribbon bridge for pedestrian traffic poses the restriction of maximum slope to 8%, which shows a shallowness ratio equal to 1/ Thus for an 80 m span stress ribbon bridge, the maximum sag must be around m.

A stress ribbon bridge is a tension structure, similar in many ways to a simple suspension bridge. The stress ribbon design is rare. Few people including bridge engineers are familiar with this form and fewer than 50 have been built worldwide.

A stress ribbon bridge is a tension structure similar in many ways to a simple suspension bridge. The suspension cables are embedded in the deck which follows a catenary arc between the supports. As opposed to suspension bridges, where the cables carry the load, in stress ribbon, by tensioning the cables and the deck between abutments, the deck.

Some important bridges in this category: Stress Ribbon Bridge Name Country Main Span Rio Colorado Bridge Costa Rica m Lake Hodges Bridge USA m East Golf Cart Bridge USA m Rogue River Pedestrian Bridge USA m Aaresteg Mülimatt Switzerland 78 m Glacis Bridge Germany 76 m Aaresteg Rupperswil Switzerland m Phyllis J.

[1] Strasky, J.: Stress-ribbon and cable-supported pedestrian footbridges, Thomas Telford Books, [ 2 ] Japan Prestressed Concrete Engineering Association: Standard of. The article is dedicated to the analysis of problems related to design of pedestrian bridges with flexible ribbon bands made of steel.

The study is based on test results of a bridge model that has two spans (each with a length of five meters). A simplified analytical technique has been proposed for predicting vertical deformations of the bridge structure subjected to symmetrical or.

Strasky: STRESS-RIBBON PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES SUPPORTED OR SUSPENDED ON ARCHES - - 1. INTRODUCTION Stress-ribbon bridges consist of very slender concrete deck segments placed over bearing cables.

[9] J. Strasky, Stress Ribbon an d Cable Supported Pedestrian Bridges, Thomas Telford Ltd., London, [10] M. Salamak, Suspension footbridge with slender concrete.

Stress Ribbon and Cable Supported Pedestrian Bridges. Thomas Telford, London. usoidal force signal in the first mode so that the pneumatic muscle actuators work first as exciter. Afterwards the vibrations are actively damped by the actuator. The sag in all spans is m (Sánchez A.

et al. ). Stress ribbon & arch pedestrian bridges Jiri Strasky Brno University of Technology & Strasky, Husty and Partners, Brno, Czech Republic ABSTRACT: Stress-ribbon bridges consist of very slender concrete deck segments placed over bearing cables in the shape of a catenary.

A Stress Ribbon Bridge is a tension structure, similar in many ways to a simple suspension bridge. The stress ribbon design is rare. Few people including bridge engineers are familiar with this form and fewer than 50 have been built worldwide.

The suspension cables are embedded in the deck which follows a catenary arc between.Stress ribbon bridges - Terwillegar Park Footbridge across the Saskatchewan River, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Lake Hodges Bikeway Access, San Diego, California, USA, Bridge across the Blue River, Colorado, USA, Bridge across the Medway River, Maidstone, Kent, UK, Bridge across the Rogue River, Grants Pass, Oregon, USA, Golf Cart Bridges, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, California, USA, Bridge.