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References Modeling of Bridge Systems CSiBridge implements a parametric object-based modeling approach when developing analytical bridge systems. This enables designers to assign bridge composition as an assembly of objects roadway superstructure, substructure, abutments, piers, foundation system, etc.
This object-oriented approach simplifies and expedites the modeling process, saving engineers the need to directly define, link, constrain, and mesh all material volumes. Loading and Analysis After modeling, CSiBridge provides options for the assignment of load cases and combinations.
A series of templates for assigning and enveloping load conditions make CSiBridge intuitive and practical.
After the original object-based model has been translated into a finite-element model and subjected to load cases and combinations, the analysis process follows directly. Analysis capabilities go well beyond elastic performance into the assessment of inelastic behaviors.
Geometric and material nonlinearities provide insight into strength, ductility, and other performance measures critical to response under extreme loading.
Static-pushover and dynamic analyses steady-state, response-spectrumand time-history provide further insight into earthquake resilience. Substructure hinging properties are customizable. Additional analysis features may account for creep and shrinkage behavior, post-tensioning with optional automatic cable tensioning, staged-construction effects inherent to segmental construction, bucklingcamber and shape finding.
Design and Output An automatic design process couples with analysis procedures to coordinate and optimize the resizing of bridge components. For reinforced-concrete systems, CSiBridge optimizes rebar sizing through a comparable procedure.
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