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A Simple and Accurate Analysis of Two Dimensional Concrete Slab for a Railroad Bridge by the Composite Laminates Plate Theory
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A Simple and Accurate Analysis of Two Dimensional Concrete Slab for a Railroad Bridge by the Composite Laminates Plate Theory
Han, Bong-Koo; Bang, Bae-San;
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 Abstract
In this paper, two dimensional concrete slabs for a railroad bridge were analyzed by the specially orthotropic laminates theory. Both the geometrical and material property of the cross section of the slab was considered symmetrically with respect to the neutral surface so that the bending extension coupling stiffness, = 0, and Bridge deck behaves as specially orthotropic plates. In general, the analytical solution for such complex systems is very difficult to obtain. Thus, finite difference method was used for analysis of the problem. In this paper, the finite difference method and the beam theory were used for analysis.
 Keywords
specially orthotropic;beam theory;finite difference method;
 Language
Korean
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