Disasters can damage or entirely destroy bridges and cause widespread destruction and social mayhem. But factoring risk into design and maintenance can help ensure the safety of the millions of people who cross bridges on a daily basis.
The purpose of this survey is to define the restoration tasks after hydraulic-induced damage and/or loss of functionality of bridges. This includes the duration and sequence of restoration tasks, idle times, cost, and traffic/functionality loss for
This paper summarizes some recent advances in the research of wind effects on long-span bridge and traffic systems with a focus on the efforts from a system and multi-hazard perspective. Wind effects on long-span bridges and moving vehicles have drawn
International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology (Science Direct)