Russian journal of transport engineering
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Ovchinnikov I.G., Ovchinnikov I.I., Nigamatova O.I., Mikhaldykin E.S. [Strength monitoring of bridge constructions and features of its application. Part 2. Continuous monitoring of bridge construction status] Russian journal of transport engineering, 2014, Vol. 1, No. 2. Available at: https://t-s.today/PDF/01TS214.pdf (in Russian). DOI: 10.15862/01TS214


Strength monitoring of bridge constructions and features of its application. Part 2. Continuous monitoring of bridge construction status

Ovchinnikov Igor Georgievich
Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Russia, Perm
Yuri Gagarin state technical university of Saratov, Russia, Saratov
Moscow state automobile & road technical university, Russia, Moscow
E-mail: BridgeSar@mail.ru

Ovchinnikov Ilya Igorevich
Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Russia, Perm
Yuri Gagarin state technical university of Saratov, Russia, Saratov
Moscow state automobile & road technical university, Russia, Moscow
E-mail: BridgeArt@mail.ru

Nigamatova Olga Ivanovna
Ural state university of railway transport, Russia, Ekaterinburg
E-mail: olganigamatova@ya.ru

Mikhaldykin Evgeny Sergeevich
JSC «Scientific research institute of graphite», Russia, Moscow
E-mail: emihaldikin@niigrafit.org

Abstract. The article describes a system of continuous monitoring of bridge constructions — a system of observation over the operating conditions and behavior of the bridge structure, which is aimed at ensuring the preservation of its functional application properties within the specified limits, realized on the continuous, long-term basis with the use of instrumentation and ensures on-line presentation of information on the status of structure. To illustrate, one may consider the existing systems of continuous monitoring for a number of bridge constructions in the United States, Japan, Europe, South Korea, Greece and Russia. The article suggests to examine the systems of continuous monitoring of «Commodore John Barry» truss bridge, «Akashi-Kaikyo» suspension bridge, «Siggenthal» reinforced-concrete arch bridge, «Nimhe» suspension bridge, «Jindo»cable-stayed bridge, «Yandzhon» suspension bridge, «Banghwa» bridge, «Seohae» bridge and «Rio-Antirrio» bridge. In addition one may consider monitoring of the longitudinal launching of the bridge superstructures over the Volga River near the village Pristannoye in Saratov region.

Finally, it was drawn the conclusion that monitoring of bridge constructions from the standpoint of their consumers is aimed at solving such important problems as preservation of bridge structures, increase in service life of bridge structures through timely detection of faults and their elimination, as well as preservation of bridge structure carrying capacity by controlling their behavior during the operation and improving the efficiency of expenditure of monetary resources for repair activities by correct determination of time and type of the necessary repair.

Keywords: strength monitoring; bridge construction; system of operation; management of operation; models of degradation; prediction of durability; continuous monitoring

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