|2011 NATIONAL TIMBER
BRIDGE DESIGN COMPETITION
Summary of Results
For 2011 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|
|San Francisco State Univ. ASCE (double arch)||76||44||587||8.48||3||3||4||2||1||1|
|San Francisco State Univ. ASCE (single arch)||99||6||569||9.87||2||4||3||3||4||4|
|Ohio State University ASCE||42||91||481||4.58||5||5||5||5||5||5|
|Oklahoma State Univ. ASCE (beam team)||17||29.1||636||1.39||4||2||2||4||2||2|
|Oklahoma State Univ. ASCE (truss team)||22||28.8||441||6.10||1||1||1||1||3||3|
|This competition is open to
all ASCE and FPS Student Chapters at univerities and college across the U.S.
and Canada. 2011 was the 19th 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
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