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Description

DURA ® Pi-girders are prefabricated using the revolutionary composite material of ultra-high performance concrete and high carbon-high tensile steel fibres. It is an excellent solution for bridge engineers looking for a cost effective, light-weight and high-durability option for girders with a span range of 13 to 37 meters.

Pi800-18m

for girders with a span range of 13 to 37 meters. Pi800-18m At SLS 1 :

At SLS 1 : W SLS1 = G girder + G parapet = 10.9kN/m + 5.76 kN/m = 16.66 kN/m

p a r a p e t = 10.9kN/m + 5.76 kN/m = 16.66 kN/m At

At SLS 2 : W SLS2 = W SLS1 + Q 5kPa = 16.66 kN/m + 12.5 kN/m = 29.16 kN/m

Non Linear Static Analysis

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Dura Technology Sdn Bhd Page 2 of 5 At SLS 1 : W S L S

At SLS 1 : W SLS1 = G girder + G parapet = 10.9kN/m + 5.76 kN/m = 16.66 kN/m

p a r a p e t = 10.9kN/m + 5.76 kN/m = 16.66 kN/m At

At SLS 2 : W SLS2 = W SLS1 + Q 5kPa = 16.66 kN/m + 12.5 kN/m = 29.16 kN/m

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W = W SLS1 + Q 10kPa = 16.66 kN/m + 25 kN/m = 41.66 kN/m

+ Q 1 0 k P a = 16.66 kN/m + 25 kN/m = 41.66 kN/m

W = W SLS1 + Q 15kPa = 16.66 kN/m + 37.5 kN/m = 54.16 kN/m

Natural Frequency Analysis Mode 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Frequency 4.798 4.887
Natural Frequency Analysis
Mode
1
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Frequency
4.798
4.887
13.733
13.799
16.064
21.254
24.75
25.541
(Hz)

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Dura Technology Sdn Bhd Page 4 of 5 Harmonic Response Analysis According to AS5100.2 (2004), clause

Harmonic Response Analysis

According to AS5100.2 (2004), clause 12.4, the allowable dynamic deflection at midspan of pedestrian bridge with 1st vertical flexural natural frequency of 4.89 Hz is approximately 7.5mm (Figure 12.4). Therefore base on a single pedestrian load of 700 N applied at the midspan of the structure with various harmonic motions, the computed maximum midspan deflection is less close to 2 mm, thus the pedestrian bridge is not sensitive to vibration.

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Dura Technology Sdn Bhd Page 5 of 5 In BS 5400.2 (1978), Appendix C there is

In BS 5400.2 (1978), Appendix C there is defined a procedure for checking vertical vibrations due to a single pedestrian for footbridges having natural vertical frequencies of up to 5 Hz. Based on experience with lateral vibrations, an updated version of BS5400, BD 37/01, requires check of the vibration serviceability also in the lateral direction. For all footbridges with fundamental lateral frequencies lower than 1.5 Hz a detailed dynamic analysis is now required.

It is noted that designers should be aware that footbridges having modes of oscillation with frequencies less than 5 Hz involving vertical motions of the deck, and/or less than 1.5 Hz involving horizontal motions of the deck, are particularly susceptible to unacceptably large oscillations caused by the passage of large groups of people who may synchronize their walking patterns. If the fundamental frequency of vertical vibration, on the other hand, is less than or equal to 5 Hz, the maximum vertical acceleration of any part of the bridge shall be limited to 0.5 ƒ0, where ƒ0 is the first flexural natural frequency of the structure. The maximum vertical acceleration can be calculated either with a simplified method or a general method.

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