Loads on Bridges

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1. True or False?
"Transient loads are defined as loads and forces that are varying over a short time interval. A transient load is any load that will not remain on the bridge indefinitely."
2. Typical load intensity of pedestrian load is considered as _____ kN/m2.
3. "Effects of differential settlement intensifies as span reduces." True or False?
4. For simply supported bridges, effects of differential settlement of piers can be ignored.
5. Dynamic load allowance may be ignored for buried structural components.
6. Which of the following loads is not a Permanent load?
7. Which of the following loads is not a time-dependent load?
8. Unit weight of reinforced concrete is considered as ________ kN/m3.
9. Which of the following loads is not a transient load?
10. Which of the following effects are considered in the camber calculation of road bridges design?

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