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12A Cable Supported Bridges.pdf

12A Cable Supported Bridges.pdf

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 12.1-i
Table of Contents
 
Section 12
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Special Bridges
12.1 Cable Supported Bridges.....................................................................12.1.1 12.1.1 Introduction.............................................................................12.1.1 12.1.2 Design Characteristics.............................................................12.1.2 Suspension Bridges..........................................................12.1.2 Cable-Stayed Bridges ......................................................12.1.2 Types of Cables ...............................................................12.1.3 Corrosion Protection of Cables .......................................12.1.7 Types of Towers ..............................................................12.1.8 12.1.3 Suspension Bridges.................................................................12.1.9 Main Suspension Cables and Suspender Cables..............12.1.9 Cable Anchorages...........................................................12.1.10 Cable Saddles.................................................................12.1.10 Suspender Cable Connections........................................12.1.11 Vibrations.......................................................................12.1.12 12.1.4 Cable-Stayed Bridges............................................................12.1.14 Cable Arrangements and Systems..................................12.1.14 Cable Planes...................................................................12.1.16 Anchorages and Connections.........................................12.1.19 Vibrations.......................................................................12.1.21 12.1.5 Overview of Common Defects.............................................12.1.22 12.1.6 Inspection Locations and Procedures for Suspension Bridge Cable System Elements................................................................12.1.22 Main Cable Anchorage Elements...................................12.1.23 Main Suspension Cables.................................................12.1.24 Saddles............................................................................12.1.25 Suspender Cables and Connections................................12.1.25 Sockets............................................................................12.1.25 Cable Bands....................................................................12.1.25 Recordkeeping and Documentation................................12.1.26
 
SECTION 12: Special Bridges TOPIC 12.1: Cable Supported Bridges 12.1-ii
 12.1.7 Inspection Locations and Procedures for Cable-Stayed Bridge Cable System Elements.....................................................12.1.26 Inspection Elements........................................................12.1.28 Cable Wrapping..............................................................12.1.28 Cable Sheathing Assembly.............................................12.1.29 Dampers..........................................................................12.1.31 Anchorages.....................................................................12.1.35 Other Inspection Items...................................................12.1.36 Recordkeeping and Documentation................................12.1.37 12.1.8 Advanced Inspection Techniques.........................................12.1.37 12.1.9 Evaluation.............................................................................12.1.38  NBI Rating Guidelines...................................................12.1.38 Element Level Condition State Assessment...................12.1.38
 
 12.1.1
Section 12 Special Bridges
Topic 12.1 Cable Supported Bridges
12.1.1 Introduction
There are several bridge types which feature elements which require special inspection procedures. The most notable bridge types are:
 
Suspension bridges (see Figure 12.1.1)
 
Cable-stayed bridges (see Figure 12.1.2)
Figure 12.1.1
 Golden Gate Bridge

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