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Rotation limits for elastomeric bearings

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Published by Transportation Research Board in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bridges -- Bearings -- Mathematical models,
  • Elastomers -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn F. Stanton ... [et al.] (Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington).
    SeriesNCHRP report -- 596, Report (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) -- 596.
    ContributionsStanton, J. F., National Cooperative Highway Research Program., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials., University of Washington. Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTG326 .R67 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination55 p. :
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17041019M
    ISBN 100309099188
    ISBN 109780309099189
    LC Control Number2008920212

    UPLIFT OF ELASTOMERIC BEARINGS IN ISOLATED BRIDGES - A POSSIBLE MECHANISM: EFFECTS AND REMEDIATION the response of elastomeric bearings under variable axial loads. of more than Supporting this, the issues of system reliability and fault management are discussed from several useful and complementary perspectives. At the end of the book, numerous special concepts and systems, including micro-scale bearings, self-bearing motors, and self-sensing bearings, are put forth as promising directions for new research and. Freyssinet manufactures and supplies a wide range of accessories (bearings, expansion joints, etc.) and earthquake protection devices that comply with the most stringent standards. Structural accessories can be categorized into three families based on their main function: bearings, which transfer major vertical loads, such as between a deck and its piers, expansion joints, which ensure a.


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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report Rotation Limits for Elastomeric Bearings explores the elastomeric bearing design procedures suitable for adoption in the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' load and resistance factor design (LRFD) bridge design specifications.

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report Rotation Limits for Elastomeric Bearings explores the elastomeric bearing design procedures suitable for adoption in the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' load and resistance factor design (LRFD) bridge design specifications.

The appendixes to the report include the following: Appendix A. Elastomeric bearings are preferr ed for most structures. Multi-rotational bearings are used when large loads and movements cannot be efficiently accommodated by elastomeric bearings.

Only one type and size of bearing shall be used for each line of bearings. When required design load or movement exceed the limits of the standard elastomeric bearings.

FY Rotational Limits for Elastomeric Bearings. Final Report. APPENDIX G. John F. Stanton. Charles W. Roeder.

Peter Mackenzie-Helnwein. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. University of Washington. Seattle, WA The instant center of rotation is the contact point between the wheel and the Now consider the limits of the variables in this analysis: If D>>d, bearings are still. Improved Rotational Limits of Elastomeric Bearings.

AASHTO's current elastomeric bearing design limits were developed in NCHRP Projectbut rotation of elastomeric bearings was not considered a high-priority issue for that project. As a result, virtually no experimental research on elastomeric bearing rotation was performed, and.

Articulation is the term for the configuration of bridge supports and choice of structural bearings that provides the necessary restraints to the superstructure whilst at the same time providing freedom to some displacements and rotations in order to avoid unnecessary forces on both the superstructure and substructure due to constraint.

A range of different bearing types is available. STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION RESEARCH REPORT Investigation of the Performance of Elastomeric Bearings on Maryland Concrete Bridges C.

Fu, Ph.D., P.E. and Charles Angelilli The Bridge Engineering Software and Technology (BEST) Center Department of Civil Engineering University of Maryland College Park, Maryland The design of elastomeric bearings is based on striking a balance between the provision of sufficient stiffness to resist high compressive force and the flexibility to allow for translation and rotation movement.

The cross sectional area is normally determined by the allowable pressure on the bearing support. Reinforced elastomeric bearings are an often used type of bridge bearings and already been installed in many kinds of structures all over the world.

Depending on the area of application and country requirements MAURER elastomeric bearings can be supplied in accordance with various standards, e.g. EN, DINBS STRUCTURAL DESIGN — ELASTOMERIC BEARINGS Bearings are normally mounted with their short side parallel to the girder axis for maximum rotation capacity.

However orientation at any angle in the horizontal plane will not affect the shear resistance. Friction is usually sufficient to keep bearings in place, but if minimum loads are. An elastomeric bridge bearing is a commonly used modern bridge bearing.

There are several different similar types of bridge bearings that include neoprene bearing pads, neoprene bridge bearings, laminated elastomeric bearings and seismic isolators, which are all generally referred to as bridge bearing pads in the construction industry. Oct 06,  · The revised provisions are included in Section (Method A) and Section (Method B).

The revised design procedures incorporate the research results and recommendations from NCHRP Project Improved Rotational Limits of Elastomeric Bearings, which were incorporated into NCHRP Report Rotation Limits for Elastomeric Bearings.

of vertical loads and rotation. Elastomeric Bearings Goodco Z-Tech elastomeric bearings are fabricated of natural rubber or neoprene. Designed and sized to meet the needs of your structure, these bearings are rigid enough to transmit the necessary loads and flexible enough to permit the rotation and movement required by the structure.

The AASHTO LRFD 5th Edition () requires the design rotation for elastomeric bearings to be the sum of the rotations due to all unfactored loads and an allowance for uncertainties, taken as radians (unless an approved quality control plan justifies the use of a smaller value).

elastomeric pads as well as cotton duck pads. Method B, specified in S, is applicable to steel reinforced elastomeric bearings.

The following sections and the design example below are based on Method B. Flowcharts for the bearing design using both Method A. ALL BRIDGE DESIGNERS Page 2. December 2, • Revised expansion lengths for all elastomeric bearings. IDOT’s extreme thermal design range has been reduced to more accurately reflect Illinois conditions and to align with the thermal ranges given in Articles and of the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications (7th.

article is the design and construction of elastomeric bridge bearings. In location of bridge deck supports, for creation of a simple support with free rotation and restricted longitudinal displacement over piers or abutments, elastomeric bearings may be either plain (consisting of elastomer only) or laminated.

Bearings and Expansion Joints Chapter 9 WSDOT Bridge Design Manual M Page July Because the movement restriction imposed by a bearing must be compatible with the movements allowed by the adjacent expansion joint, expansion joints and bearings must be designed interdependently and in conjunction with the anticipated behavior.

Chapter 27 – Bearings July Bearing Types Bridge bearings are of two general types: expansion and fixed. Bearings can be fixed in both the longitudinal and transverse directions, fixed in one directi on and expansion in the other, or expansion in both directions. Expansion bearings provide for rotational movements of the.

Mar 27,  · Abstract. As part of the efforts to improve the performances and reliability of the elastomeric bearings produced in Korea, this paper evaluates experimentally the validity of the ultimate loads of the design allowable values of KS F purposed for Cited by: 2.

3) Spherical steel bearings and spherical elastomeric bearings were applied to scaled-down bridges, and train vibration was measured by train speed.

The measurement showed that in all of the entry, central and exit sections of the miniature bridge, spherical elastomeric bearings produced less vibration than spherical steel supportselschools.com by: 1. LRFD Steel Girder SuperStructure Design Example Bearing Design Example Design Step 6 Table of Contents Design Step - Obtain Design Criteria Design Step - Select Optimum Bearing Typ Design Step - Select Preliminary Bearing Properties Design Step - Select Design Method (A or B) Design Step - Compute Shape Factor Design Step - Check Compressive Stress.

Elastomeric Bearings General Commentary This section is intended to assist in the design and detailing of elastomeric bridge bearings. The information included is intended to permit efficient fabrication, installation, and maintenance of these bearings.

Elastomeric bearings have a low initial cost when compared to other bearing types, and. LAMINATED ELASTOMERIC BEARINGS Neoprene Bearing Pads provide a uniform transfer of load from beam to substructure.

They permit beam rotation at the bearing point due to deflection or misalignment. They absorb vibration and prevent sound transfer, while reducing the destructive action of vibration between movable and stationary structural members.

Sep 28,  · 6 Ken Ishii, Masaru Kikuchi, Takuya Nishimura, Cameron J. Black, Coupling behavior of shear deformation and end rotation of elastomeric seismic isolation bearings, Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics,46, 4, Wiley Online Library.

the rubber layer depends on the rotation to be absorbed. The expected horizontal movements strongly influence the thickness of the total rubber package. Introduction Functional requirements Since the European standard EN has applied to elastomeric bearings for architectural and civil-engineering applications.

Besides the functional. (SLS), but with tighter limits for shear and rotation. c) Anchorage requirements for both pot bearings and elastomeric bearings are amended, again slightly more conservative. d) Reaction to sliding of bearings has been rationalised (for the effect on the structure).

e) Guidance for uplift is provided. Ľ ˛ ˇ ˝ ˚ˇ 36 INTERACTION OF REINFORCED ELASTOMERIC BEARINGS IN BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION Vol. 24,No. 1, 34 – 40 stant value for a minimum 2 min. to minimize the viscoelastic effects.

The performance of the spherical elastomeric bearing for the reduction in vibration was compared with that of the conventional bearing by performing vibration experiments on a scale-downed model.

The rubber material characteristics and spherical shape are found to Cited by: 1. DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR ELASTOMERIC BEARINGS Elastomeric bearings shall consist of either plain elastomeric pads or steel-reinforced laminated pads. The bearings may be designed by either Method A (Article ) or Method B (Article ) of the.

bearings are intended for ambient temperature operation only. BR type This is a range of Laminated Rubber Bearings catering for short to medium span structures in the nominal load range kNkN. The movement and rotation limits depend on the number of laminations which are normally limited to 6.

They are suitable for ambient temperatures only. This is a range of Laminated Rubber Bearings catering for short to medium span structures in the nominal load range kNkN.

The movement and rotation limits depend on the number of laminations which are normally limited to 6. They are suitable for ambient temperatures only. Downloads. Elastomeric and Plain Sliding Bearings for Bridges. SVI – Structural Bearing Design – 10a Design of Elastomeric Structural Bearings Structural Bearing Design supportselschools.com Elastomeric Bearing Design Rubber compounds are in practical terms incompressible.

When a vertical compression load is applied to a rubber bearing pad the volume of rubber is displaced around the edges of the bearing. system where a conventional reinforced elastomeric pad can provide the requidired chiiharacteristics thhhrough These types of bearings are used onlyshear deformation.

Only when the practical limits of elastomeric bearing pads are exceeded, designers should consider using Pot, Spherical, Disc. HLMR Disc Bearing Assemblies consist of an elastomeric disc made of unconfined polyether-urethane polymer to accommodate rotation between two metal plates.

The vertical loads are transferred by the elastomeric disc. Horizontal shear forces are transmitted between upper and lower plates by a dowel pin mechanism in the center of the bearing. Steel-Reinforced Elastomeric Bearings Reference: LRFD Article Where possible, steel-reinforced elastomeric bearings should be used for all girder bridges.

They are usually a low-cost option and require minimal maintenance. Figure B illustrates a steel-reinforced elastomeric bearing assembly used with a steel girder. ELASTOMERIC BEARING. Kantaflex Elastomeric Bridge bearings are designed and manufactured as per IRC 83par IIWith its latest amendment to meet the requirements of MORT&H specification for road and bridge works to section no to clause no: (Elastomeric bearing) and to international specifications Union of Railways Code no UIC R (Use of Rubber Bearing for Railways Bridges.

Pot bearings are special types of bearing pads for taking larger loads, translation and rotation in confined areas. Pot bearings are often regarded as suitable for use when bridge bearing rotations are too large. Rotation may occur on any axis and is accommodated by deformation of the elastomeric pad.MAURER Elastomeric Bearings are available made of natural or chloroprene rubber from in-house production and mixture.

The standard design is suitable for operation temperatures between °C und +50°C and correlates with the shear modulus class G = N/mm² in accordance with EN Standard Elastomeric Bearings * permissible compressive stress as f (shape factor) ** characteristic design values bi-Trapez Bearing® Bearing type Bearing thickness [mm] Permissible compressive stress σ m,k** [N/mm2] Product description Cigular® Bearing Ciparall® Sliding Bearing Civalit® Sliding Bearing Compact Bearing CR 5 10 15