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Bridges’ Dynamics

Bridges’ Dynamics by T. Michaltsos George; G. Raftoyiannis Ioannis
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covers the historical review of research and introductory mathematical concepts related to the structural dynamics of bridges. The e-book explains the theory behind engineering aspects such as 1) dynamic loadings, 2) mathematical concepts (calculus elements of variations, the d’ Alembert principle, Lagrange’s equation, the Hamilton principle, the equations of Heilig, and the δ and H functions), 3) moving loads, 4) bridge support mechanics (one, two and three span beams), 5) Static systems under dynamic loading 6) aero-elasticity, 7) space problems (2D and 3D) and 8) absorb systems (equations governing the behavior of the bridge-absorber system). The e-book is a useful introductory textbook for civil engineers interested in the theory of bridge structures.
Bentham Science Publishers; July 2012
288 pages; ISBN 9781608052202
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Title: Bridges’ Dynamics
Author: T. Michaltsos George; G. Raftoyiannis Ioannis