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TOWARDS ACCELERATED CONSTRUCTION AND COST REDUCTION OF MONOLITHICAL BRIDGES FACING EARTHQUAKE HAZARD
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Computational Methods in Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (COMPDYN 2015)
The aim of the present study is the reduction of construction time and cost of a monolithical bridge with tall piers. The optimum combination of the criteria of safety, economy, construction speed, serviceability, durability, aesthetics and environmental harmonization is difficult to be achieved in such bridges, since factors like local geomorphology and feasible construction methods should be considered. In areas of high seismicity, seismic hazard is also added to these factors, affectingdoi:10.7712/120119.7184.19812 fatcat:k4jwquu7zzaknh2c2jjbr7avi4