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Fatigue loading tests of new bolt assembly joints for perspective temporary steel railway bridges

KARMAZÍNOVÁ, M. ŠTRBA, M. PILGR, M.

Original Title

Fatigue loading tests of new bolt assembly joints for perspective temporary steel railway bridges

English Title

Fatigue loading tests of new bolt assembly joints for perspective temporary steel railway bridges

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The papaer deals with the problems of the actual behaviour, failure mechanism and load-carrying capacity of the special bolt connection developed and intended for the assembly connections of truss main girders of perspective temporary steel railway bridges. Within the framework of the problem solution, several types of structural details of assembly joints were considered as the conceptual structural design. Following the preliminary evaluation of their advantages or disadvantages, two basic structural configurations have been chosen for the subsequent detailed investigation, which is mainly based on the experimental verification of the actual behaviour, failure mechanism and corresponding load-carrying capacity of the connection. The paper is only focused on the cyclic (fatigue) test results of so-called splice-plate connections and their evaluation already finished. Simultaneously with the fatigue tests, the static loading tests have also been realized, however these ones are not the subject of the paper.

English abstract

The papaer deals with the problems of the actual behaviour, failure mechanism and load-carrying capacity of the special bolt connection developed and intended for the assembly connections of truss main girders of perspective temporary steel railway bridges. Within the framework of the problem solution, several types of structural details of assembly joints were considered as the conceptual structural design. Following the preliminary evaluation of their advantages or disadvantages, two basic structural configurations have been chosen for the subsequent detailed investigation, which is mainly based on the experimental verification of the actual behaviour, failure mechanism and corresponding load-carrying capacity of the connection. The paper is only focused on the cyclic (fatigue) test results of so-called splice-plate connections and their evaluation already finished. Simultaneously with the fatigue tests, the static loading tests have also been realized, however these ones are not the subject of the paper.

Keywords

Fatigue; loading test; bolt assembly joints; temporary; railway; steel bridges.

Released

01.03.2016

Publisher

CRC Press/Balkema, Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK

Location

London, CPI Group (UK) Ltd, Croydon, CR0 4YY

ISBN

978-1-138-02907-1

Book

Advances and Trends in Engineering Sciences and Technologies

Edition

I

Edition number

1.

Pages from

75

Pages to

80

Pages count

6

URL

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT127350,
  author="Marcela {Karmazínová} and Michal {Štrba} and Milan {Pilgr}",
  title="Fatigue loading tests of new bolt assembly joints for perspective temporary steel railway bridges",
  annote="The papaer deals with the problems of the actual behaviour, failure mechanism and load-carrying capacity of the special bolt connection developed and intended for the assembly connections of truss main girders of perspective temporary steel railway bridges. Within the framework of the problem solution, several types of structural details of assembly joints were considered as the conceptual structural design. Following the preliminary evaluation of their advantages or disadvantages, two basic structural configurations have been chosen for the subsequent detailed investigation, which is mainly based on the experimental verification of the actual behaviour, failure mechanism and corresponding load-carrying capacity of the connection. The paper is only focused on the cyclic (fatigue) test results of so-called splice-plate connections and their evaluation already finished. Simultaneously with the fatigue tests, the static loading tests have also been realized, however these ones are not the subject of the paper.",
  address="CRC Press/Balkema, Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK",
  booktitle="Advances and Trends in Engineering Sciences and Technologies",
  chapter="127350",
  doi="10.1201/b19249-15",
  edition="I",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="CRC Press/Balkema, Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK",
  year="2016",
  month="march",
  pages="75--80",
  publisher="CRC Press/Balkema, Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK",
  type="conference paper"
}