2010 NATIONAL TIMBER BRIDGE DESIGN COMPETITION
Summary of Results
For 2010 competition rules click here. To view individual entries, click on the team name below.
School/ Team Net Bridge Deflection1 -% of allowable Net Deck Deflection2 - % of allowable Total Bridge Weight (kg) Percent Non-Wood (%)3 Best Overall Design Best Support Structure Best Deck Most Practical Design Most Aesthetic Design Most Innovative Design
U. S. Military Academy ASCE 48 8.6 432 7.20 1 4 1 6-tie 1 1
SD School of Mines & Tech. ASCE (arch truss) 15.2 16.4 498 2.00 5 1 8 7 - 5
Oregon State University FPS 62.7 14.1 686 2.12 8 9 9 6-tie - 8-tie
Univ. of Arkansas-Little Rock FPS 95.5 58.6 304 2.08 10 10 4 5-tie - 7
San Francisco State Univ. ASCE (under arch) 31.9 15.9 439 7.75 2 2 2 4 2 2
Oklahoma State Univ. ASCE (beam team) 49.3 21.2 442 3.74 7 5 7 3 -- 6-tie
ACE Academy of Arch., Const. ^ Engineering (HS Team) 96.5 29.2 404 7.86 ** - - - - -
San Francisco State Univ. ASCE (deck and box beams) 56.9 4.8 603 1.28 6 7 8 5-tie - 8-tie
DS School of Mines & Tech. ASCE (parallel truss) 98.3 1.1 206 2.05 9 8 3 6-tie - 6-tie
San Francisco State Univ. ASCE (timber truss) 68.4 93.9 356 13.5 4 6 5 1 3 4
Oklahoma State Univ. ASCE (truss team) 35.6 39.7 635 7.27 3 3 6 2 - 3
This competition is open to all ASCE and FPS Student Chapters at univerities and college across the U.S. and Canada. 2010 was the 18th year of this event.
1Maximum allowed = bridge span 400;         2 Maximum allowable = deck span 100                         3 Maximum allowed = 25%
ASCE - American Society of Civil Engineers      FPS - Forest Products Society
** - high school team that entered for the experience; not eligible for award.
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