Código da Operação: 710068 - SBRIplus - RFCS-2015
Referência: SBRIplus - RFCS-2015
Título: SBRI+ - Optimal use of High Strength Steel grades within bridges
Área Científica: Construção metálica e mista
Síntese do Projeto: Within the previous RFCS research project SBRI “Sustainable Steel-Composite Bridges in Built Environment”, a holistic approach was applied to steel-composite bridges by combining analyses of environmental, economic and functional qualities along the entire life-cycle of bridges. This proposal aims at the valorization, the issemination and the extension of the developed method for advanced applications. A wide audience including bridge engineers and authorities should be reached, in order to assure the application of the project outcome. Main tasks: - Explanation of methodology and background by elaboration of worked examples and improvement of the SBRI-tool - Extension of bridge types by advanced application to innovative bridges across Europe demonstrating the flexibility and applicability of the methods developed - Dissemination activities (11 European languages, addition of national regulations and practices, organization of 13 workshops) - Providing of recommendations for advanced applications and guidelines for bridge authorities. Two design manuals will be prepared, drafted and translated in 11 European languages (CZ, EN, ES, FR, HR, DE, IT, NL, PT, PL, RO, SW) and distributed within the planned dissemination activities. Design Manual I includes background information on the methodology and worked examples for easy application in daily design work with the help of the improved software tool. By analyses of built examples across Europe the SBRI method is applied to innovative bridge solutions, results and conclusions are shown in Design Manual II. Another important task is providing of recommendations summing up and concluding the analyses and being the bases for guidelines to be elaborated for bridge authorities. The seminars around Europe offer the opportunity to present not only the results of the SBRI project, but also the advanced application to innovative solutions in addition to national regulations and practice.
Investigador Responsável: Doutor Luís Simões da Silva
Programa de Financiamento: RFCS
Instituição Financiadora: Commission Of The European Community
Data de início: 01-07-2016
Data de conclusão: 30-06-2018
Instituições participantes no Projeto: ARCELORMITTAL BELVAL & DIFFERDANGE SA (coordinator), UNIVERSITAET STUTTGART; UNIVERSIDADE DE COIMBRA; Aktien-Gesellschaft der Dillinger Hüttenwerke; INSTITUT FRANCAIS DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES DES TRANSPORTS, DE L'AMENAGEMENT ET DES RESEAUX; RAMBOLL SVERIGE AB; BRISA ENGENHARIA E GESTAO SA; FORSCHUNGSVEREINIGUNG STAHLANWENDUNG EV; UNIVERSITATEA POLITEHNICA TIMISOARA; CESKE VYSOKE UCENI TECHNICKE V PRAZE; FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION; UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI NAPOLI FEDERICO II; ATKINS LIMITED; STICHTING BOUWEN MET STAAL; BKE SPOLKA Z OGRANICZONA ODPOWIEDZIIALNOSCIA; SVEUCILISTE U ZAGREBU GRADEVINSKI FAKULTET; S. STATHOPOULOS - K. FARROS CONSULTING ENGINEERS.
Custo total elegível (EUR): 1.125.079,80€
Apoio financeiro da UE: 651.810,38€
Apoio financeiro público nacional: 51.686,56€
Técnico do Projeto: Marta Mateus