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Russell Jeck
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November 12, 2018

Hudson Yards East End Access & Harlem River Lift Bridge Challenges

 

 

 

 

Insider's Perspective: Russell J. Jeck

 

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Purpose of the Webinar
Seismic Analysis, Demand and Capacity Evaluation of Highway Bridges

This webinar discussed the methods used for seismic analysis, demand and capacity evaluation using a three dimensional mode. The model incorporated soil-structure interaction and generation of moment-curvature curve. Non-linear material properties and plastic hinge properties of members were demonstrated and discussed. The capacity spectrum method used to efficiently evaluate non-linear seismic response and performance.

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Purpose of the Webinar
midas Civil Applications for Construction at Hudson Yards, East End Access, and Harlem River Lift Bridge

1) The use of midas Civil to model and analyze structural elements to account for fabrication tolerances, member
imperfections, partial yielding of the cross-section, and boundary conditions that are not fully idealized.

2) Using midas Civil to model loads on structures from excavators, cranes, and other construction equipment
 

 

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Featured Topics
Hudson Yards
1) Truss Erection – Rigging and Erection Loads on Trusses and their Support Columns
2) Bridge Analysis – Temporary Support of 11th Ave Bridge Over Amtrak Gateway Tunnel Construction
3) Bridge Demolition – Modeling of Overhang Brackets and Timber Shoring for Deck Demolition
4) Column Erection – Analysis of A-Frame Columns in Partially Braced Condition

East End Access
1) Crawler Crane on Roof of Q-Tip Structure

Harlem River Lift Bridge
1) Analysis of Existing Truss Bridge for Metro-North Train Traffic and Work Platform to Replace Wire Ropes

 

Who Attended
Structural engineers/Bridge engineers working on modeling and analyzing bridges with loads and extraneous variables in relation to construction.


Benefits of this webinar
1. Training on how to model and analyze structural elements to account for fabrication tolerances, member imperfections,
partial yielding of the cross-section, and boundary conditions that are not fully idealized.
2. Training on how to model loads on structures from excavators, cranes, and other construction equipment.

All attendees received a certificate for 1 AIA approved Professional Development Hour.

 

 

 

Presentation Slides

 

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Speaker :  Russell Jeck

Category : Bridge

Software : midas Civil

Date : 2015-05-20

 


 





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