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Volume 175, 20182018 International Forum on Construction, Aviation and Environmental Engineering-Internet of Things (IFCAE-IOT 2018)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Computer Simulation and Design|
|Published online||02 July 2018|
Analysis of Stress Inhomogeneous Coefficient of a Continuous Rigid Frame Bridge during Construction Stage
Oxbridge College, Kunming University of Science and Technology, KunMing 650106, Yunnan, China
2 Yunnan University, KunMing 650106 Yunnan, China
* Corresponding author: a email@example.com
The box section which can meet the requirements of wider deck is widely used in the construction of continuous rigid frame bridge. However, the shearing force lag is very obvious, which causes the inhomogeneous distribution of stress in the cross section, and it may threaten the safety of the bridge structure when it is serious. Taking a continuous rigid frame bridge located in Yunnan, China as an example, this paper establishes the finite element calculation model of the bridge to analyze the stress inhomogeneity in the construction stage. The results show that the shear lag coefficient of the section is constantly changing during the dynamic process of construction, with the increase of the length of the cantilever, the shear lag coefficient gradually converges to 1; prestress is the most important factor that causes the lateral inhomogeneity of the positive stress.
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