Handling Uncertainties in Optimal Design of Suspension Bridges with Special Emphasis on Loads
The robust evaluation of the bridge deformability parameters is important in an optimization procedure, in order to reach an adequate customer comfort and, from a general point of view, an adequate serviceability. A genetic algorithm based approach is presented and developed for a long suspension bridge.
KeywordsGenetic Algorithm Bridge Deck Suspension Bridge Line Load Carriage Load
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