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International Journal of Civil, Environmental, Structural, Construction and Architectural Engineering Vol:4, No:12, 2010

Incremental Launching Construction of

Same-Span Continuous Bridge

Weifeng Wang, Hengbin Zheng, and Xianwei Zeng

AbstractThe launching nose plays an important role in the parameters appropriately, the internal force of construction can

incremental launching construction. The parameters of the launching be reduced, and then the material will be saved and the

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nose essentially affect the internal forces of the girder during the construction cost decreased.

construction. The appropriate parameters can decrease the internal

forces in the girder and save the material and reduce the cost. The

simplified structural model, which is made with displacement method II. OPTIMUM ANALYSIS OF NOSE GIRDER IN INCREMENTAL

according to the characteristic of incremental launching construction LAUNCHING CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGE

and the variation rule of the internal forces, calculates and analyzes the

effect of the length, the rigidity and weight of launch nose on the A. Establishment of Simplified Calculation Model

internal forces of girder during the incremental launching Ignoring support sedimentation and the influence of

construction. The method, which can calculate the launching nose shrinkage and creep of concrete, the simplified model of the

parameters for the optimum incremental launching construction, is

same-span continuous bridge can be made, shown as Fig. 1[6].

achieved. This method is simple, reliable and easy for practical use.

Supposing the length of nose girder is ln , the length of main

Keywordsincremental launching, launching nose, optimum beam per span is l , then their ratio is represented as a

analysis, displacement method non-dimensional parameter , that is = l n / l ; supposing the

weight of nose girder per unit length is qn , the weight of

I. EFFECT OF NOSE GIRDER IN INCREMENTAL LAUNCHING

CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGE concrete main beam per unit length is q , then a

non-dimensional parameter is used to denote their ratio as

I N the development of incremental launching construction

technology, various methods have been used to increase = qn / q ; supposing the rigidity of nose girder is E n I n , the

bridge span. Among them, nose girder is an important one [1]. rigidity of concrete main beam is EI , then a non-dimensional

When Dr. Leonhardt was designing Caroni Bridge in 1961, he parameter is used to denote their ratio as = E n I n / EI .

used a steel nose girder of 17-meter in length in the front of

Thus, the problem of optimum parameter of nose girder in

concrete main beam for the first time. Its aim was to decrease

incremental launching construction of bridge can be considered

the internal force in the front-end of concrete main beam during

as how to determine the optimum combination of the three

the incremental launching construction, by means of reducing

parameters.

the maximum jib length of concrete main beam. As a result, the

In the simplified model, supposing in some work conditions,

use of nose girder took a good effect on the incremental

for example = 0.7 , = 0.1 , = 0 . 2 , the turn angle of all

launching construction of Caroni Bridge. Since then, nose

girder has become a technical standard in the incremental portion of the beam can be calculated when the main beam is in

launching construction of bridge [3]. During the construction, dead load, shown in Fig. 3.

such parameters as the length, the rigidity of nose girder and its Under this work condition, changing the constraint condition

weight per unit length have great influence on the stressed main of supporting point D, the corresponding internal force in all

beam [4]. Through selecting the value of nose girder portion of the beam can be shown in Fig. 4. It is found that

whether calculating based on the original simplified Figure, or

Weifeng Wang is a professor with the School of Civil Engineering and regarding the constraint condition of supporting point D as

Transportation, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, 510640, equivalent to consolidation or simple support, the influence on

China (phone:+86.20.87111590; fax:+86.20.87114460; e-mail: the internal force of main beam and nose girder in the front of

ctwfwang@scut.edu.cn).

Hengbin Zheng is a doctoral student at the School of Civil Engineering and AB span is very small. As seen from Fig. 3, in the simplified

Transportation, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, 510640, model, the turn angle of all portion of the beam at supporting

China (e-mail: jeremy909@qq.com). point D is approximately 0. At the same time, in the simplified

Xianwei Zeng is an associate professor with the School of Civil Engineering

and Transportation, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, model of Fig. 4, when regarding the constraint condition of

510640, China (e-mail: zengxw@scut.edu.cn). supporting point D as equivalent to consolidation, the stress of

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main beam is basically as same as that of non-equivalent. A-B span can be divided into two stages:

Evidently, in the simplified model, regarding the constraint At the fist stage, the definition domain of M b1 ( , , , ) is

condition of supporting point D as equivalent to consolidation 0 < 1 . The simplified calculation diagram is shown as

takes nearly no effect on the stress of main beam front-end. Fig. 5.

Thus, in the following optimum analysis of nose girder, the l l l

x ln

constraint condition of supporting point D is always regarded D C B F E A

n l l l

beam nose gi r der

process

Fig. 1 The simplified analysis model of the nose girder At the stage, the front-end of nose girder does not reach the

support of front pier, so it is in the state of cantilever. The

l l l

x ln expression of bending moment of main beam at supporting

D C B F A E

point B can be displayed as:

M b1 = [q n l n (0.5l n + x) + 0.5qx 2 ]

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Fig. 2 The sketch of the simplified analysis model of the nose girder (1)

= (0.5 2 + + 0.52 ) ql 2

ql 3

48EI At the second stage, the definition domain of M b1 ( , , , )

0. 80

is 1 < 1 . Here, the nose girder is supported by the front

0. 40

beam nose gi r der pier. When the front-end of nose girder will reach supporting

0. 00 point A, through auxiliary equipments such as the lifting jack

- 0. 40 which bear the nose girder up, the elastic deformation of the

- 0. 80

nose girder front-end will recover, and the bearing force against

the main beam will decrease the bending moment of main beam

- 1. 20

at supporting point B. As a result, the value of bending moment

Fig. 3 The turn angle of all portion of the beam in the simplified

model

at supporting point B will get discontinuity [8]. When the nose

girder reaches the pier, the supporting point A is the constraint

M/ ql

2 of the structure, and the calculation can be conducted according

- 1. 20 D poi nt si mpl e suppor t

to the simplified calculation diagram shown in Fig. 6.

l l l

- 0. 80 D poi nt consol i dat i on

x ln

beam nose gi r der D C B F A E

- 0. 40

or i gi nal si mpl i f i ed f i gur e

beam nose gi r der

0. 00

D C B A Fig. 6 The diagram of the second stage of incremental launching

0. 40

process

0. 80

1. 20

According to the displacement method, the balanced

Fig. 4 The bending moment of all portion of the beam in the equation of the each node of the structure is shown as follows:

simplified model

4E I 2E I 6E I

A n n A + n n F + n n2 F

As found from the stress characteristics of main beam during lx lx (l x)

(2)

the incremental launching construction, the influence of 1 1

= qn (ln + x l )2 qn (l x)2

variable nose girder parameters on the stress of main beam is 2 12

primarily restricted in the first span of main beam [7]. Based on 2En I n 4En I n 4EI

this, the process can be analyzed as below: F A + ( + )F

lx lx x

If making it as the work condition in which the front-end of 6E I 6EI 2EI

concrete main beam is at supporting point B, the nose girder in + [ n n2 2 ]F + B (3)

(l x) x x

the front of main beam gets its maximum jib length ln .

1 1

With the advancement of the incremental launching process, = qn (l x)2 qx2

12 12

the position of main beam often changes. Supposing the

6E I 12E I 12EI

distance between the front-end of main beam and the n n2 A [ n n3 + 3 ]F

supporting point B is x, when = x/ l , then the bending moment (l x) (l x) x

at supporting point B can be represented as the function of +[

6En I n 6EI

6EI

]F 2 B (4)

and the parameters of main beam and nose girder , , : (l x)2 x2 x

M b ( , , , ) . Based on whether the front-end of nose girder qx q (l x)

= [ + n ]

can reach the front pier, the incremental launching process of 2 2

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B F 2 F

x x construction, shown in Fig. 7.

4 EI 4 EI 2 EI

+( + ) B + C (5) 0. 00 0. 25 0. 50 0. 75 1. 00

x l l 0. 00

1

= q( x 2 l 2 ) - 0. 04

12 =0. 4

2 EI 8 EI 2 EI - 0. 08 =0. 2

C: B + C + D = 0 (6)

l l l

=0. 1

2 EI 4 EI - 0. 12

D: C + D = PD (7) =0. 05

l l

- 0. 16

It is know from the edge-restraint condition that

D = 0 (8) Mb / ql 2

Solving the equations from (2) to (8) jointly, the bending Fig. 7 When =0.8, =0.1, the bending moment of B point in

moment of main beam M b 2 at the second stage of incremental the incremental launching process of the AB span

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After the nose girder reaches the pier, the bending moment

C + C2 + C3 + C4 2

M b2 = 1 ql (9) value at supporting point B will change according to the

C5 principle of multi-power function. For different values of ,

In this equation, each coefficient can be expressed as below: with the progress of incremental launching, the changing

1

C1 = ( + 1) 2 [( )2 principle of M b will be different; when the incremental

2 3 launching at the stage is finished, M b will get a certain value,

(10)

1 1 1 1

+ ( 2 + 3 )] then substituting = 1 to (9), the following equation can be

6 2 3

obtained:

1 2 + 3 3 M b 2 ( = 1) = (0.134 2 0.106) ql 2

C2 =

24 3 + 2 3 (15)

(11) As seen from Fig. 7, the negative bending moment of main

1 1 1 beam at supporting point B at the end of the first stage is

C3 = { 3 + 4 + [ (1 ) 2 smaller than that at the end of the second stage. It shows that the

2 3 4

(12) length of the nose girder is so long that the negative moment

1 2 1 3

+ (2 )][ ]} can only get its maximum value at the second stage of

2 3 incremental launching process. Evidently, such a nose girder is

1 not economical.

C4 = [4 (1 )

3 3

+ (1 102 + 203 154 + 45 )] Supposing =0.5 =0.1 =0.1, and substituting them to

3+ 2 3 1 1 3

(1) and (9), the changing process of negative bending moment

C5 = + 1 + 1(1 ) (14) of main beam at supporting point B in the whole incremental

12 + 6 3 3 launching process can be obtained as shown in Fig. 8.

From (1) and (9), it is found that M b is the direct proportion As seen from Fig. 8, when the nose girder reaches the pier,

of ql 2 , and it has functional relationship with the ratio of each the negative bending moment at supporting point B is much

larger than that when the second stage is finished. It shows that

parameter of nose girder and the corresponding parameters of

the length of the nose girder is too short, resulting in the fact

concrete main beam , , . If a set of parameters { , , }

that the main beam jib is too long in the incremental launching

are determined, the changing process of the bending moment at process. Consequently, the negative bending moment value of

supporting point B can be made when x changes from 0 to l . main beam at supporting point B at the end of the first stage is

Then the influence of each parameter on the bending moment much larger than that at the second stage. Giving this value to

of main beam at supporting point B can be discussed the length of nose girder, the maximum negative bending

qualitatively in the incremental launching process. moment of main beam cannot be reduced effectively in the

B. Calculation of Optimum , incremental launching process. So, the length of nose girder is

not enough here.

Firstly, supposing = 0.8 =0.1 is given different

valueswhen substituting them to (1) and (9), the change of

bending moment value M b at supporting point B can be

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0. 00 be calculated through (18). In Fig. 9, it is found if (17) is meet,

with the increasing of , the corresponding will also

- 0. 04

increase. Substituting (18) to (16), (19) can be obtained. Based

=0. 4 on the above, a graph that describes relationship between the

- 0. 08 =0. 2

maximum negative bending moment of main beam at

supporting point B and the value of in the incremental

- 0. 12 =0. 1

=0. 05

launching process of AB span can be shown in Fig. 12.

- 0. 16

0. 94

Mb / ql 2

0. 88

Fig. 8 When =0.5, =0.1, the bending moment of B point in

0. 82

the incremental launching process of the AB span

0. 76

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to the rigidity of the nose girder at the end of the first and

0. 58

second stage. However, it is related to the ratio of nose girder

length and bridge span, as well as the ratio of nose girder and 0. 52

0. 00 0. 02 0. 04 0. 06 0. 08 0. 10 0. 12 0. 14 0. 16 0. 18

main beam in terms of the weight per unit length. Through

selecting the appropriate value of parameter and , the Fig. 9 The relationship between the optimized length and optimized

density of the nose-deck in the incremental launching process

bending moment value of the main beam in the two work

conditions can be equal. Also, by selecting the appropriate

M b = [0.106 +

value of nose girder rigidity, the maximum negative bending

2

moment value of main beam at supporting point B can be equal 0.124 1 + + 0.212 1.42318 + 2 (19)

to the negative bending moment value at the end of the first and ]ql 2

second stage in the incremental launching process of A-B span. (1 + 0.732 ) 2

So, the optimum parameter of nose girder can be obtained when 0. 00 0. 02 0. 04 0. 06 0. 08 0. 10 0. 12 0. 14 0. 16 0. 18

the maximum negative bending moment of main beam at 0. 00

supporting point B in the maximum jib length is equal to the - 0. 02

condition when the maximum jib length of main beam is

- 0. 08

achieved, can be substituted to (1)

M b1 ( = 1 ) = [ 0.5 2 + (1 ) - 0. 10

(16)

+ 0.5(1 ) 2 ]ql 2 - 0. 12

Mb / ql 2

M b1 ( = 1 ) = M b 2 ( = 1) (17)

From (15) and (16), it is found that in the two work Fig. 10 The relation between the value of and the max bending

conditions the bending moment value of main beam at moment of B point in the incremental launching process

supporting point B is related to the ratio of nose girder length

and span called , the ratio of the weight of nose girder and It is found in Fig. 12, when giving different value to in its

main beam per unit length called , but irrelevant to the ratio range, the corresponding maximum negative bending moment

of nose girder rigidity and main beam called . When solving value of main beam at supporting point B in the whole

(17), it is found: incremental launching process of span A-B is almost

unchanged. That is to say, when and value meet (17), the

2 1.42318 + 0.212 + 1

best = (18) corresponding maximum bending moment almost remains the

0.732 1

same. But when giving a relatively larger value, the

According to (18), a graph that describes relationship of the

optimum nose girder length and the weight of nose girder per corresponding value will increase. It requires the nose girder

unit length in the incremental launching process can be made. to be heavy and long. In this sense, the cost of construction and

As seen from Fig. 9, if (18) is meet, the value of should application of the nose girder will increase considerably, which

is an improper way in construction. When giving a small

range from 0 to 0.18. That is to say, the weight of nose girder

per unit length can not be higher than 0.18 times of the weight value, the corresponding will decrease, which implies the

of main beam per unit length. To a given value of , the nose girder will be light and short. But if the girder is very light,

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restricted by the production materials, it is hard for the nose point B represented as at the second stage of the incremental

girder to carry adequate degree of rigidity. If the nose girder launching process can be obtained. Calculating the

lacks rigidity, in the second stage of incremental launching corresponding M b 2 (min) when is given different values by

process, the maximum negative bending moment value at

using the displacement method, the optimum value can be

supporting point B will be much larger than that at the end of

the two incremental launching stages [10]. In practical obtained, in the condition that and are known. When

construction, the value of generally ranges from 0.08 to = 0.665 , = 0.1 , the optimum value is: = 0.186 .

0.12, and the corresponding value from 0.63 to 0.71. In the incremental launching process of AB span, the

maximum positive bending moment occurs in the first span of

C. Calculation of Optimum concrete main beam. From the above (2) to (8), the maximum

In (18), if = 0.1 , the optimum length parameter of nose positive bending moment M ab (max ) can be calculated in the

girder can be obtained as: best ( = 0.1) = 0.665 . When it is incremental launching process as shown below:

substituted to (1) and (9), selecting different values of , the M ab (max) = ( D1 + D2 + D3 )ql 2 (21)

changing process of negative bending moment of main beam at Among it:

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D1 = (

process corresponded by different degrees of nose girder C5 (22)

rigidity, under the condition of the optimum joint of nose girder 2 2

length and its weight per unit length, as shown in Fig. 11:

+ + + )(1 )

2 2

0. 00 0. 25 0. 50 0. 75 1. 00

1 C1 + C2 + C3 + C4

0. 00 D2 = (

2 C5

(23)

- 0. 04

2 2

+ + + ) 2

=0. 4 2 2

- 0. 08 =0. 2

=0. 1 1 1

D3 = 2 2 2 (24)

2 2

- 0. 12

=0. 05 Expressions of C1 , C2 , C3 , C4 , C5 are shown in (10) to (14).

=0. 025

- 0. 16 When =0.665 =0.1 are substituted to (21), giving

Mb / ql 2 different values to , the changing process of the maximum

Fig. 11 When =0.665, =0.1, the bending moment of B point positive bending moment of the first span in the incremental

in the incremental launching process of the AB span launching process of A-B span can be made, shown as Fig. 12.

It is found from the calculation result that different value

It is found from the Fig. , under the condition of the optimum has influence on M ab (max ) in the incremental launching

joint of parameters of nose girder length and its weight per unit process, but takes no effect on M ab (max ) when the process of

length, if the degree of nose girder rigidity is too low, at the

A-B span ends. The maximum value of M ab (max ) is obtained

second stage of the incremental launching process, the

maximum negative bending moment value of main beam at at the end of second stage of the incremental launching process.

supporting point B will be larger than that at the end of first That is to say, has no influence on the maximum positive

stage of the process. Therefore, the smallest rigidity value that bending moment value of the first span in the incremental

the nose girder needs should be determined at present, so that launching process, while and have only a little influence

the maximum negative bending moment value of main beam at on the maximum value of M ab (max ) in the incremental

supporting point B at the second stage of the incremental

launching process of A-B span. Thus, the parameter value of

launching process will be equal to that at the first stage of

nose girder cannot determine the maximum positive bending

process.

moment value, and the maximum positive bending moment

Thus, in the condition that , are determined already, the

value of the first span in the incremental launching process is

optimized value can be obtained when the maximum primarily decided by the dimension of concrete main beam.

negative bending moment value of main beam at supporting Thus, in the optimum analysis of nose girder, the maximum

point B at the second stage of the incremental launching positive bending moment is not decisive in selecting each

process is just equal to the negative bending moment value parameter value. Rather, the optimum result of nose girder

when the main beam has its longest jib, ( i.g. , when x = l ln ). analysis is determined by the maximum negative bending

M b 2 (min) = M b1 ( = 1 ) (20) moment at supporting point B in the incremental launching

process.

When the determined and value are substituted to (9),

the negative bending moment value M b 2 ( , ) at supporting

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Mab( max) / ql

2 [10] J. S. Tang, Review and prospect for incremental launching technique for

pre-tressed concrete girder, Bridge Construction, 1996, no.1, pp. 11-14.

0. 08 (in Chinese)

0. 06

=0. 4

=0. 2

=0. 1

0. 04

=0. 05

0. 02

=0. 025

0. 00

0. 50 0. 60 0. 70 0. 70 0. 70 1. 00

span in the incremental launching process of the AB span

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III. CONCLUSION

1) In the study, the calculation method of the optimum nose

girder parameter value in the continuous incremental

launching construction of bridge is achieved, through the

calculation and analysis of the length, the rigidity and the

weight per unit length of nose girder, as well as their effect

on the internal forces of main beam during the incremental

launching construction. This method is simple, reliable and

easy for practical use.

2) When =0.1, the corresponding optimum =0.665,

=0.186.

3) In the optimum analysis of nose girder, the maximum

positive bending moment of the fist span is not decisive in

selecting each parameter value of nose girder. Rather, the

optimum result of nose girder analysis is determined by the

maximum negative bending moment at supporting point B

in the incremental launching process.

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