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The essential difference among types is the way they bear their own weight - the "dead load" and the "live load" - a person, the railway train, wind, or snow that is applied to the bridge. The weight of beam, truss, and girder bridges bears directly downwards from their ends on the ground, piers, or abutments.
The modern steels have much improved weldability. Sound full-strength welds free from defects in the thickest sections can be guaranteed. A comparison of the steels used in various forms in structures is given in Table The properties of hot-rolled structural steels are given Chapter 2 (Table ).
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The reticulated domes analyzed have net systems of Kiewitt type (K8 and K6), Schwedler type and geodesic type.
For the Kiewitt dome K 8, which was taken as the typical system to be studied, four different spans (L = 40, 50, 60 and 70m) and four different raise-span ratios (f/L = 1/5, 1/6, 1/7 and 1/8) with four sets of member sections.
Since bridges are a common type of long-span structure, there has been an interplay of development between bridges and long-span buildings. Bending structures include the girder, the two-way grid, the truss, the two-way truss, and the space truss.
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