finite element analysis (bridge), Civil Engineering

I am a final year civil and structural student and i need your help about my final year project.

My Final Year Topic:
Finite Element Analysis of a bridge using Sap2000

Finite element analysis using Sap 2000.

1- Model the bridge.
2- Subject to certain loading. (dead and live;wind and earthquake, vehicles and pedestrians)
3- Finalize the results.

Provisional Table of Contents
Literature Review.
Cable-stayed bridge.
How to Build a Bridge Model in Sap2000 V14.2
Building the Bridge Model in Sap2000 v14.2
Analysis of the Bridge Model.

I would like to build The Clark Bridge which is a cable-stayed bridge across the Mississippi River between West Alton, Missouri and Alton, Illinois.
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