2 edition of report on effect of bridge deck insulation on icing conditions found in the catalog.
report on effect of bridge deck insulation on icing conditions
Glenn L. Downey
by Nebraska Department of Roads, Bridge Design Section in [Lincoln
Written in English
|Other titles||Effect of bridge deck insulation on icing conditions.|
|Statement||by G. L. Downey, R. T. Delorm, and the Bridge Design Section, Department of Roads.|
|Contributions||Delorm, R. T., Nebraska. Dept. of Roads. Bridge Design Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||169 p. :|
|Number of Pages||169|
RAAF Crash East Sale and Nomad Problems. (the Westgate Bridge collapse was instrumental in delaying the commencement of the flight test program and the extra time allowed) the design development of a much more capable roll control system - the aircraft is the closest most fixed wing pilots will ever come to flying a helicopter. DC flashover performance of ice-covered composite insulators with a parallel air gap (CI/PAG) is an important technical consideration when such insulators are used to isolate ground wires for the purpose of DC ice-melting. Tests on tension and suspension types of CI/PAG were thus carried out in the artificial climate chamber to investigate their DC icing flashover performance.
During the days of the snow precipitation, conditions on the experimental bridge deck located near the surrogate bridge freezing sensor were monitored. The bridge deck surface underneath the snow was also dry, being in the same condition as the surface of the slab underneath the snow. Records of the event are given in Figures and Differential icing is similar to the â bridge deckâ problem whereby the bridge deck freezes before the adjacent road sections in that they both are considered safety hazards (5). Thus, differential icing must be considered in the design of the pavement system.
Keeping such bridges open even in icing conditions is really not rocket science. What, to me anyway, is the obvious solution – to pass an electrical heating current through the bridge’s support cables – doesn’t seem to be “obvious” to other research scientists and engineers whose “Thermal Systems” for . Keeping such bridges open even in icing conditions is really not rocket science. What, to me anyway, is the obvious solution – to pass an electrical heating current through the bridge’s support cables – doesn’t seem to be “obvious” to other research scientists and engineers whose “Thermal Systems” for melting the ice are.
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The amount of ice formed on an insulator string plays a key role in the electrical strength of ice-covered insulators. The ice-flashover strength of horizontal strings is significantly higher than. This paper contains the results of an extensive investigation of the effects of ice accretion due to in-cloud icing, on the aerodynamic characteristics of bridge hangers and stay cables.
Flashover on outdoor insulation caused by atmospheric icing and consequent power outages caused by contaminated ice or snow has been reported by a. Obviously, any decision regarding insulation of bridge decks will depend on the ef fect of the insulation during each condition.
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To combat this problem, a bridge deck anti-icing system was installed on a bridge on southbound Interstate 75 at the north interchange to Corbin, Kentucky in October This system can be actuated early before ice and snow form on the bridge to create hazardous driving conditions.
The signal circuits could be used to report to the power supply control electronics at one end of the cable, the output of heating current sensors at the other end of the cable, to help to detect current leakage faults in the cable strands’ insulation, to implement a residual current device, to trigger safety power-cut-outs or circuit-breakers, most notably.
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The early morning hours, just before sunrise, are ideal times for bridge deck icing/ frosting to occur. The prediction of these icing conditions is particularly difficult, especially for rural areas with elevation changes and varied roadside vegetation coverage.These occurrences are difficult to predict.
They delay the treatment of these surfaces and heighten driver exposure to unsafe conditions. This project involved the installation and evaluation of an automated anti-icing system intended to pre-emptively treat a bridge surface with de-icing chemical and eliminate the icing potential at the site.Research Report; "Insulation of Concrete Bridge Decks;" KYP The attached report concludes a phase of study pertaining to the moderation of some insidious effects of freezing temperatures.
In this study, we were especially concerned with the possibilities of preventing premature icing on bridges. Some rather marvelous.