Cable-Stayed Bridges            -JIGAR .S.SHAH(CP1712)            -ADNAN SHAIKH(CP1812)             -MEGHA SINGH(CP1912)
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CABLE STAYEDBRIDGE AND CABLE SUSPENSION BRIDGE   A multiple-tower cable-stayed bridge may appear simil...
ADVANTAGES OF CABLE STAYED BRIDGES   much greater stiffness than the suspension bridge, so that    deformations of the de...
INTRODUCTION   A cable-stayed bridge, one of the most modern bridges,    consists of a continuous strong beam (girder) wi...
LOAD TRANSMISSION      slab                       Tension     Cables     pylons    Pile cap        Compression     piles  ...
COMPONENTS OF CABLE STAYED BRIDGE   6
CLASSIFICATIONS   Based on arrangements of the cables                • Radiating                • Harp                • F...
CLASSIFICATIONS             radial : cables connect evenly throughout the deck, but all             converge on the top of...
9SHAPES OF PYLON
CABLE   A cable may be composed of one or more structural ropes,    structural strands, locked coil strands or parallel w...
TYPES OF CABLE                 11
Cables are made of high-strength steel, usually encased in a  plastic or steel covering that is filled with grout , a fine...
SELECTION OF CABLE CONFIGURATION   The selection of cable configuration and number of    cables is dependent mainly on le...
POSITIONS OF THE CABLES IN SPACE    Two plane system              Two Vertical Planes System              Two Inclined ...
Two Vertical Planes System   In this type of system there are two parallel sets of cables and the tower    on the either ...
   When the cables and tower lie within the cross-section of thebridge, the area taken up cannot be utilized as a part of...
TWO INCLINED PLANES SYSTEM   In this system the cables run from the edges of the bridge deck to a    point above the cent...
THE SINGLE PLANE SYSTEM   This type of system consists of bridges with only one vertical    plane of stay cables along th...
CASE STUDY:BANDRA WORLI SEA LINK
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BRIDGE DETAILS:   LENGTH OF SEA LINK: 5600 m   LENGTH OF CABLE STAY PORTION: 600 m   HEIGHT OF PYLON/TOWER : 123 m   N...
SUB SURFACE EXPLORATION   INITIAL GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION                               25 BORE HOLES              ...
SUB STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION   PILING:     TYPE OF PILES : COMBINED END EARING AND                FRICTION PILES     DIA ...
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COFFER DAM CONSTRUCTION                     A TEMPORARY WATER                      TIGHT STRUCTURE TO                    ...
PILING          ONCE THE COFFER DAM IS          CONSTRUCTED, WATER IS          PUMPED OUT .          DEWATERING TECHNIQU...
RCD DRILL BIT                   DRILL BIT CONSISTS OF                    PNEUMATIC PISTON                   DEPTH ACHIEV...
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 PYLON   CONSTRUCTION                         32
LOWER PLYON CONSTRUCTION                  LOWER PYLON CONSISTS OF :                  1. PIER TABLE                  2. LOW...
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UPPER PYLON              WHILE CONSTRUCTING              THE UPPER TOWER LEG,              THE CARE WAS TO BE             ...
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CABLE STAYED BRIDGE      SUPERSTRUCTURE       CONSTRUCTION41
SUPERSTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION   Precast Segmental Construction involving      Match Casting      Span by Span Erection fo...
CASTING YARD PLAN of Casting Yard   43
CASTING YARD   Total number of segments – 2500 & more.   Three types of segment      Approach Span Segment      Main C...
45Segments placed in Casting Yard
ERECTION OF SEGMENTS   The Erection Gantry does the erection of span.   A typical 50m span comprises of 15 numbers of   ...
   The segments are transported to the site with the help of    barges.   Each segment is lifted and all the segments in...
   At the time of match casting High Tensile Steel Rods are    passed through the ducts provided in the segments and    t...
I    Asian Hercules used to displace Erection Gantry                                                      49
ERECTION OF STAY CABLES
   The cable - stayed portion is 600 meters in overall length.   It consists of two 250 meters cable supported main span...
DESCRIPTION OF SHAPESTriangles are one of the              In this bridge, the distanceshapes used by the attachment      ...
CONTINUITY PT AND GROUTING   Once the Deck is complete Post Tensioning of all the    segments is done so as to bring them...
CABLE FORCE ADJUSTMENT AND FINETUNING   Iterative process   Last stage   Rechecking of tension forces in each cable so ...
BENEFITS OF BANDRA-WORLI SEA LINK1) It is estimated that the sea link will help saving Rs. 10  million annually due to con...
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  1. 1. Cable-Stayed Bridges -JIGAR .S.SHAH(CP1712) -ADNAN SHAIKH(CP1812) -MEGHA SINGH(CP1912)
  2. 2. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CABLE STAYEDBRIDGE AND CABLE SUSPENSION BRIDGE A multiple-tower cable-stayed bridge may appear similar to a suspension bridge, but in fact is very different in principle and in the method of construction. In the suspension bridge, a large cable hangs between two towers, and is fastened at each end to anchorages in the ground or to a massive structure. These cables form the primary load-bearing structure for the bridge deck. Before the deck is installed, the cables are under tension from only their own weight. Smaller cables or rods are then suspended from the main cable, and used to support the load of the bridge deck, which is lifted in sections and attached to the suspender cables. The tension on the cables must be transferred to the earth by the anchorages, which are sometimes difficult to construct owing to poor soil conditions.
  3. 3. ADVANTAGES OF CABLE STAYED BRIDGES much greater stiffness than the suspension bridge, so that deformations of the deck under live loads are reduced can be constructed by cantilevering out from the tower - the cables act both as temporary and permanent supports to the bridge deck for a symmetrical bridge (i.e. spans on either side of the tower are the same), the horizontal forces balance and large ground anchorages are not required.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION A cable-stayed bridge, one of the most modern bridges, consists of a continuous strong beam (girder) with one or more pillars or towers in the middle Cables stretch diagonally between these pillars or towers and the beam .These cables support the beam The cables are anchored in the tower rather than at the end
  5. 5. LOAD TRANSMISSION slab Tension Cables pylons Pile cap Compression piles 5 soil
  6. 6. COMPONENTS OF CABLE STAYED BRIDGE 6
  7. 7. CLASSIFICATIONS Based on arrangements of the cables • Radiating • Harp • Fan • star Based on the shape of pylon • A-type • H-type • Y-type 7
  8. 8. CLASSIFICATIONS radial : cables connect evenly throughout the deck, but all converge on the top of the pier harp : cables are parallel, and evenly spaced along the deck and the pier fan : a combination of radial and harp types star-shaped : cables are connected to two opposite points on the pier
  9. 9. 9SHAPES OF PYLON
  10. 10. CABLE A cable may be composed of one or more structural ropes, structural strands, locked coil strands or parallel wire strands. A strand is an assembly of wires formed helically around centre wire in one or more symmetrical layers. A strand can be used either as an individual load-carrying member, where radius or curvature is not a major requirement, or as a component in the manufacture of the structural rope. A rope is composed of a plurality of strands helically laid around a core. In contrast to the strand, a rope provides increased curvature capability and is used where curvature of the cable becomes an important consideration. 10
  11. 11. TYPES OF CABLE 11
  12. 12. Cables are made of high-strength steel, usually encased in a plastic or steel covering that is filled with grout , a fine grained form of concrete, for protection against corrosion.
  13. 13. SELECTION OF CABLE CONFIGURATION The selection of cable configuration and number of cables is dependent mainly on length of the span, type of loadings, number of roadway lanes, height of towers, and the designer’s individual sense of proportion and aesthetics. Cost also plays important role in deciding the selection. Using less number of cables increases concentrated load at a single point thereby requiring additional reinforcement for the deck slab as well as pylon . 13
  14. 14. POSITIONS OF THE CABLES IN SPACE Two plane system  Two Vertical Planes System  Two Inclined Planes System  The Single Plane System 14
  15. 15. Two Vertical Planes System In this type of system there are two parallel sets of cables and the tower on the either sides of the bridge, which lie in the same vertical plane. 1. The cable anchorages may be situated outside the deck structure, which is better than the other in terms of space as no deck area of the deck surface is obstructed by the presence of the cables and the towers. 2. but this requires substantial cantilevers to be constructed in order to transfer the shear and the bending moment into the deck structure. 15
  16. 16.  When the cables and tower lie within the cross-section of thebridge, the area taken up cannot be utilized as a part of theroadway and may be only partly used for the sidewalk. Thus asarea of the deck surface is made non-effective and has to becompensated for by increasing overall width of the deck. 16
  17. 17. TWO INCLINED PLANES SYSTEM In this system the cables run from the edges of the bridge deck to a point above the centreline of the bridge on an A-shaped tower or λ- shaped or diamond shaped pylon. This arrangement can be recommended for very long spans where the tower has to be very high and needs the lateral stiffness given by the triangle and the frame junction. 17
  18. 18. THE SINGLE PLANE SYSTEM This type of system consists of bridges with only one vertical plane of stay cables along the middle longitudinal axis of the superstructure As the cables are located in a single centre vertical strip thus all the space is utilized by the traffic. This system also creates a lane separation as a natural continuation of the highway approaches to the bridge. longitudinal arrangements of the cables used with two planes bridges are also applied to single centre girder bridges. 18
  19. 19. CASE STUDY:BANDRA WORLI SEA LINK
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  21. 21. BRIDGE DETAILS: LENGTH OF SEA LINK: 5600 m LENGTH OF CABLE STAY PORTION: 600 m HEIGHT OF PYLON/TOWER : 123 m NO. OF PIERS : 620 LONGEST SPAN : 2x250 m LOCATION : A CLOVERLEAF INTERCHANGE AT MAHIM INTERSECTION AND A FLYOVER AT THE LOVEGROVE INTERSECTION HAVE BEEN PROPOSED AS PART OF THIS PROJECT TO ENHANCE THE FASTER AND SAFE TRAFFIC DISPERSAL. CLIENT : MSRDC MAIN CONTRACTOR : HCC TOTAL PROJECT COST : Rs 850 CRORE SCHEDULED INITIALIZATION & COMPLETION: MAY, 1999 & MAY, 2002 22 ACTUAL COMPLETION : AUGUST, 2009 AMOUNT OF CONC. USED : 0.2 million cum.
  22. 22. SUB SURFACE EXPLORATION INITIAL GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION 25 BORE HOLES ALONG THE LENGTH TO OBTAIN THE SOIL PROFILE. 23
  23. 23. SUB STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION PILING:  TYPE OF PILES : COMBINED END EARING AND FRICTION PILES  DIA OF PILES USED : 1.5 – 2 m  DEPTH OF PILES : 5.15 – 663.4 m  PILE GROUP UNDER THE PYLON : 40 NOS.  CONST. TYPE : BORED CAST IN SITU  TECHNOLOGY USED : REVERSE CIRCULATION DRILL  SUPPORT STRUCTURES : COFFERDAM & SHEET PILING  PILE CAP THK – 3.5 m  CONCRETE USED – M60, HPC  PIER LENGTH – 4-6 m DEPENDING UPON THE 24 GRADIENT OF BED
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  25. 25. COFFER DAM CONSTRUCTION  A TEMPORARY WATER TIGHT STRUCTURE TO FACILITATE CONST. OF PROJECT WHICH ARE SUBMERGED IN WATER.  IT CONSIST OF CASINGS OF 1.5 m DIA AND SHEET PILES 26
  26. 26. PILING  ONCE THE COFFER DAM IS CONSTRUCTED, WATER IS PUMPED OUT .  DEWATERING TECHNIQUE ADOPTED WAS WELL POINT SYSTEM.  PILING TECHNIQUE USED WAS REVERSE CIRCULATION DRILL.  IN THIS METHOD, PRECAST SEGMENT IS PLACED ON SOIL & DRILLING IS DONE WITH DRILL BIT 27
  27. 27. RCD DRILL BIT  DRILL BIT CONSISTS OF PNEUMATIC PISTON  DEPTH ACHIEVABLE : 500 m  BIT DIA : 13 – 20 cm  MATERIAL : TUNGSTEN STEEL  OUTPUT : 900 – 1150 cfm  @ 350 RPM 28
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  31. 31.  PYLON CONSTRUCTION 32
  32. 32. LOWER PLYON CONSTRUCTION LOWER PYLON CONSISTS OF : 1. PIER TABLE 2. LOWER PIER LEGS CONST. METHOD USED : SELF CLIMBING FORM CONST. CONST. IS DONE IN LIFTS. 6 LIFTS REQUIRED FOR CONST OF LOWER PYLON. 33
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  34. 34. UPPER PYLON WHILE CONSTRUCTING THE UPPER TOWER LEG, THE CARE WAS TO BE TAKEN THAT THE REINFOCEMENT DOESNOT FALL DUE TO ITS SELF WEIGHT, THAT IS WHY EMBEDDED TUBES WERE FIT IN JUMP FORM TO PROVIDE EXTRA SUPPORT IN LEGS. 35
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  40. 40. CABLE STAYED BRIDGE SUPERSTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION41
  41. 41. SUPERSTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION Precast Segmental Construction involving  Match Casting  Span by Span Erection for approach spans Parameters for segment casting  Alignment of the individual span to which segment belong.  Precamber necessary to take care of deformations of the girder due to self weight, prestress and other permanent loads.  Necessary corrections for errors in the casting of adjacent segment cast earlier, while match casting. 42
  42. 42. CASTING YARD PLAN of Casting Yard 43
  43. 43. CASTING YARD Total number of segments – 2500 & more. Three types of segment  Approach Span Segment  Main Cable stayed segment  Segment on Piers Size of Approach Segment –18.1m x 3.2m x 3.0m Size of Main Cable Stay Segment – 20.8m x 3.2m x 3m Weight of each Segment – 150 tonnes Total length of Casting Yard- 350m Capacity – 300 segments at a time 44
  44. 44. 45Segments placed in Casting Yard
  45. 45. ERECTION OF SEGMENTS The Erection Gantry does the erection of span. A typical 50m span comprises of 15 numbers of precast segments 46
  46. 46.  The segments are transported to the site with the help of barges. Each segment is lifted and all the segments in a single span are aligned together and brought about at the same level. 47
  47. 47.  At the time of match casting High Tensile Steel Rods are passed through the ducts provided in the segments and tightened with the help of a Winch machine. Neutobond BC solution is used so that the two segments can be aligned together. 48
  48. 48. I Asian Hercules used to displace Erection Gantry 49
  49. 49. ERECTION OF STAY CABLES
  50. 50.  The cable - stayed portion is 600 meters in overall length. It consists of two 250 meters cable supported main spans flanked by 50 meters conventional approach spans. A centre tower with an overall height of 128 meters above pile cap level supports the superstructure by means of four planes of stay cables in a semi - fan arrangement. Cable spacing is 6.0 meters along the bridge deck and are tied up to every alternate girder. Big tower -264 stay cables Length- Min- 85m Max- 250m Small tower -160 stay cables Length- Min- 30m Max- 80m In each there are approx. 135 51 strands stressed with the help of a hydraulic jack.
  51. 51. DESCRIPTION OF SHAPESTriangles are one of the In this bridge, the distanceshapes used by the attachment of the cable up the towerof the cables and the beam – is equal to the distancethis shape is used because of from the tower toits ability to transfer the tension connection point on theas the moving load goes across beam and is a 90 degreethe bridge angle A rectangle is Triangulated bracing between the attached at the cables reduces the amplitude of convergence oscillations point of the beam and tower for stability
  52. 52. CONTINUITY PT AND GROUTING Once the Deck is complete Post Tensioning of all the segments is done so as to bring them to a specific predetermined geometry. The grouting of the bridge includes a major task of fill up the space left in the holes for the PT cables.
  53. 53. CABLE FORCE ADJUSTMENT AND FINETUNING Iterative process Last stage Rechecking of tension forces in each cable so as to confirm that it equals the forces. 1 to 2% of variation.
  54. 54. BENEFITS OF BANDRA-WORLI SEA LINK1) It is estimated that the sea link will help saving Rs. 10 million annually due to congestion in traffic and length of the previous route and shorter new route.2) While earlier it used to take 40 minutes for drive between Bandra and Worli, now the distance can be covered in mere 8 minutes resulting in large savings in time. 55
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