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Fourth

National

Workshop on

Bridge

Research

in Progress





June 17-19, 1996

Buffalo, New York





Edited by:

Ian G. Buckle
State University
of New York
at Buffalo

Ian M. Friedland
Multidisciplinary Center
for Earthquake
Engineering
Research

Session V - Seismic Performance, Design, and Retrofitting

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Bridge Damage and Its Consequences in the 1994 Northridge Earthquake
by A. Kiremidjian, N. Basöz, S. King and K. Law, Stanford University

Seismic Retrofitting Experience and Experiments in Illinois
by W. Gamble and N. Hawkins, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; I. Kaspar, Illinois Department of Transportation

Strength Degradation of Existing Bridge Columns
by O. Jaradat and D. McLean, Washington State University; M. Marsh, BERGER/ABAM Engineers, Inc.

Analysis and Design of Bridge Columns with Lap-Spliced Longitudinal Reinforcement
by Y. Xiao and R. Ma, University of Southern California

Carbon Fiber Seismic Retrofit of Poorly Confined Square Reinforced Concrete Columns Subjected to Large Axial Forces
by J. Stanton, G. MacRae and K. Nosho, University of Washington

Pile to Pile Cap Connection Test Series
by F. Seible, N. Priestley, and P. Silva, University of California, San Diego

Substructure Protection by Ductile End-Diaphragms in Steel Bridges
by S. Zahrai and M. Bruneau, University of Ottawa

Design of Seismic Restrainers
by M. Eberhard, J. Stanton and P. Trochalakis, University of Washington

Field and Laboratory Studies on the Seismic Performance of Bridge Bearings
by J. Mander, S. Chen, D-K. Kim and D. Wendichansky, State University of New York at Buffalo

Seismic Design of Bridges Using Spring-Viscous Damper Isolation System
by A. Parvin, The University of Toledo

Longevity and Reliability of Sliding Isolation Systems
by M. Constantinou, P. Tsopelas and A. Kasalanati, State University of New York at Buffalo

 

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