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structures (deck and piers) develop only elastic behavior. This papers presents a detailed review of the design process as well as a time journey during construction Keywords:, FE non linear analysis, seismic isolation, time-dependent material properties, staged construction, balanced cantilever bridge 1. INTRODUCTION This bridge is “balanced cantilever girder” type and it is characterized by a central 155m span, with two side symmetric 77.5m spans. The total length of the bridge, including segments at abutments supports, is 312.0m. The deck shows

]. Giordano A., Pedrazzi G., Voiro G., Balanced Cantilever Girder Bridge over the Danube-Black Sea Channel . Romanian Journal of Transport Infrastructure Vol.2, 2013 , No.2 [8]. Kalny M., Soucek P., Kvasnicka V.: Long-term behaviour of balanced cantilever bridges , ACEB Workshop, Corfu 2010 . [9]. Kristek V., Bazant Z., Zich M., Kohoutkova A..: Box Girder Bridge Deflections. ACI Conctrete International Journal (28) 2006 p. 55-63. [10]. Machelski C.: The effects of dead loads in cantilever concreting bridges . Road and Bridge. 3/2019 p. 109-120. [11]. Machelski C

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