By Guohao Li
This booklet displays the sensible adventure the authors have received in interpreting the field girder and the truss utilized in bridge engineering; the directly and curved field girder bridge, the truss bridge, and the arch-stiffened truss bridge are thought of, wherein bending and torsional stresses, lateral buckling and vibrations are investigated. The authors have proven a extra exact thin-walled beam conception of field girder, and, as an extension of the thin-walled beam idea, constructed a idea of bending and torsion of the truss bridge. Many useful examples were analyzed, and from those effects, conclusions necessary to layout perform were deducted.
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