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Trucks and curved bridge rock and roll in engineering lab

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Uploaded on Sep 28, 2011

Six full-size pickup trucks took a wild ride on a 16-foot-high steel bridge when it shook violently in a series of never-before-conducted experiments to investigate the seismic behavior of a curved bridge with vehicles in place. The 145-foot-long, 162-ton steel and concrete bridge was built atop four large, 14-foot by 14-foot, hydraulic shake tables in the University of Nevada, Reno's world-renowned Large-Scale Structures Earthquake Engineering Laboratory.

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