Annotated Bibliography on the Publications of Arthur Huckelbridge

Annotated Bibliography on the Publications of Arthur Huckelbridge

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Annotated Bibliography on the Publications of Arthur Huckelbridge By Mark Einsiedel, Riya Basu, Max Bohon, Cory Leshen, and Sifat Shahjahan Chicago Style Citation Huckelbridge, Arthur and A. Eitel. August 2003. Preliminary Performance Observations for an FRP Reinforced Concrete Bridge Deck . ACI Special Publication. SP-215: 121-138. This paper discusses the use of fiber re-inforced polymer (FRP) composite materials that are commonly used as reinforcement for concrete structures such as bridges. The paper was presented at the ACI Fall 2003 Convention. This material pertains to Professor Huckelbridge’s field of structural design as an alternative material to be used in construction. The paper shows the practicality of using FRPs in the field of construction work. Huckelbridge, Arthur and B. Zalewski. June 2005. The Dynamic Load Environment of Bridge-Mounted Sign Support Structures . Final Report, Ohio Department of Transportation (FHWA). This paper talks about welded aluminum highway signs supported by trusses and tests performed on the dynamic load. These signs were tested for durability and soundness in structural engineering to avoid potential design failures and correct preexisting ones. The paper shows the specific dynamic motions of the bridge at the location on the sign in question. Huckelbridge, Arthur and Y. Zou. 2006. Experimental Analysis of Crack Growth in GFRP Reinforced Concrete. ASCE Journal of Bridge Engineering. This paper talks about glass-fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) and how it can be an alternative to steel bars in bridges. The publication pushes the idea that GFRP has less corrosion than steel bars. Professor Huckelbridge personally tests this type of material because this material can possibly replace steel bars in bridges, and bridges are a key component in structural engineering. This paper effectively evaluates the merit of the material. Huckelbridge, Arthur and A. Metzger. May 2007. Predicting Fatigue Lifetime from Strain Histograms Observed in an Abbreviated Time Window. Final Report, Ohio Department of Transportation (FHWA). This paper reviews the Ashtabula Bridge collapse, blaming not the sound design and static strength issues, but rather a flawed iron casting and its fatigue. Engineers focused too much of their efforts on the mechanical strengths of the materials and did not even consider the physical properties that would lead to fatigue and ultimately disaster. As a consequence of the bridge
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