Fatigue-Prone Details in Steel Bridges

@inproceedings{Haghani2012FatigueProneDI,
  title={Fatigue-Prone Details in Steel Bridges},
  author={R. Haghani and Mohammad Al-Emrani and Mohsen Heshmati},
  year={2012}
}
This paper reviews the results of a comprehensive investigation including more than 100 fatigue damage cases, reported for steel and composite bridges. The damage cases are categorized according to types of detail. The mechanisms behind fatigue damage in each category are identified and studied. It was found that more than 90% of all reported damage cases are of deformation-induced type and generated by some kind of unintentional or otherwise overlooked interaction between different load… CONTINUE READING

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