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Scarborough Bridge YMS/01 carries non-electrified twin track Up and Down York to Scarborough rail traffic with a line speed of 15mph. It spans across the River Ouse in the centre of York. Timber decking is supported by two identical wrought iron girder spans that dated from 1875, which had been found to be in extremely poor condition due to severe corrosion, and with buckling and cracking to the bracing elements.
The superstructure was declared an overall assessed category-F and was thus unable to meet current railway live loading conditions. Elements carrying footway loading were also found to be inadequate.
Network Rail's internal design group evaluated whether strengthening or reconstruction of the bridge spans over the river was the most cost-effective method of correcting the substandard capacity. The deck reconstruction option was chosen to achieve the requirements of operational safety, design, construction and economy. It also offered many opportunities to improve the underbridge with safe access walkway, robust kerbing and restricting live load deflection.
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10.30: Registration, coffee & tea service
11.00: Chair's opening remarks then presentation by Arnab Chakraborty and Chris Roberts, followed by questions and discussion
12.45: Bar open and buffet lunch service
Arnab is a Chartered Structural Engineer with more than 20 years of experience in the assessment, design and repair of structures. Presently he is Senior Design Manager at Network Rail's Infrastructure Design Group in York where his responsibilities include Contractors Responsible Engineer in accordance with NR/L2/NI02009.
Chris is Programme Engineering Manager at Network Rail Infrastructure Design Group in York. He is a Chartered Civil Engineer with 15 years of experience and is responsible for railway structure inspections, design of refurbishment works and site supervision.