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  • Zhang, Hua (University of Limerick, 2019)
    The potential of dynamic structural response to cause serviceability or even ultimate failure in building structures has long been known. The availability of stronger structural materials and more precise analysis tools ...
  • Quilligan, Michael; Gomez-Jauregui, Valentin; Manchado, Cristina; Otero, Cesar (Civil Engineering Research Association of Ireland, 2020)
    Tensegrity is a structural principle based on the use of isolated or contiguous pin jointed components in compression inside a net of continuous tension. Although the concept has been studied for many decades, relatively ...
  • Quilligan, Michael; Phillips, Declan; Cosgrove, Tom (2017)
    This article describes one of the educational experiences in the University of Limerick’s (Ireland) undergraduate civil engineer-ing programme. The module discussed is “Design Studio” which runs in the first semester of ...
  • Micu, Elena Alexandra; O'Brien, Eugene John; Malekjafarian, Abdollah; Quilligan, Michael (Vilniaus Gedimino Technikos Universitetas, 2018)
    This paper proposes an algorithm for the estimation of extreme intensity of traffic load on long-span bridges. Most Weigh-in-Motion technologies do not operate in congested conditions which are the governing cases for ...
  • Quilligan, Michael; O'Brien, Eugene John (Civil Engineering Research Association of Ireland, 2020)
    The critical traffic loading condition for long-span bridges is congestion when vehicles may be closely spaced together. Data on very high traffic flows is limited however, as induction loops which are typically used to ...
  • Zhang, Hang (University of Limerick, 2021)
    Existing long span load models have typically been developed using a number of conservative assumptions, and as such are more applicable to the design of new bridges rather than the assessment of existing structures. ...
  • Cosgrove, Tom; Quilligan, Michael; Whelan, Bryan; Murphy, Cian (Institution of Structural Egineers, 2009)
    Thomond Park, the historic home of Munster Rugby, has undergone major redevelopment (fig. 1) which will see its capacity rise to 25 756. This paper describes the design and construction of the new stand and terrace structures. ...
  • Zhang, Hang; Quilligan, Michael (Civil Engineering Research Association of Ireland, 2020)
    Existing long span load models have typically been developed using a number of conservative assumptions, and as such are more applicable to the design of new bridges rather than the assessment of existing structures. ...

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