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ARCH ANLYSIS

ARCH ANLYSIS

ARCH ANLYSIS

(OP)
Hi everybody,
Can anyone tell me where i cam find material for structural analysis of 2 hinged arch bridge

Shakil

RE: ARCH ANLYSIS

What is the construction material... if masonry, I have a pile of info... you might want to search the web for university of sheffield and ring if masonry...

Dik

RE: ARCH ANLYSIS

(OP)
Dik,
Thanks for reponse.....actually I am talking about the two hinged arch analysis irrespective of materials....I am focussing on the theoritical aspect of the arch in structural analysis.
I will check the sheffield uni site....
Shakil

RE: ARCH ANLYSIS

Other than concrete and masonry, the only reference I have for two pin arches is in a steel design text that dates 110 years ago...

Dik

RE: ARCH ANLYSIS

Sounds to me like a mechanical engineering forum question (not spreadsheets)

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