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18060042 Guidelines Bridge Design

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BRIDGE DESIGN1
GUIDELINES FOR BRIDGE DESIGN
INDEX
FROM THE DESK OF SEDC(BR).......................................................................2FROM THE AUTHORS........................................................................................3FOREWORD..........................................................................................................4PREFACE...............................................................................................................5FEW WORDS........................................................................................................6CONTENTS............................................................................................................7
CHAPTER - 1 :
INTRODUCTION.........................................................................11
CHAPTER - 2 :
ESTIMATION OF DESIGN DISCHARGE SCOUR DEPTH,LINEAR WATERWAY AND AFFLUX....................................................................25
CHAPTER - 3 :
COMPONENTS OF BRIDGE STRUCTURE.............................45
CHAPTER - 4 :
SUBMERSIBLE BRIDGES.......................................................101
CHAPTER - 5 :
INNOVATIVE STRUCTURES AND BRIDGE ASTHETICS.....107
CHAPTER - 6 :
PREPARATION OF BRIDGE PROJECT.................................121
CHAPTER - 7 :
PRESTREESING HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETEANTICORROSIVE TREATMENT......................................................................129ANNEXURES......................................................................................................137
 
GUIDELINES FOR2
The Engineers, who join this organisation, have to study various codes andbooks for considerable time to bring themselves up to a desired level ofknowledge, as many of them are not in touch with the requisite literature. Theydo not get proper references at the required moment. They do not precisely knowthe practices followed in the State P.W.D. as regards the design of bridges andbuildings. It was, therefore, considered necessary to prepare guidelines, whichwill help the engineers to know our practices and also know some usefulreferences for further study.An effort has been made to discuss almost all aspects relating to the bridgedesign, which are necessary for preparing ‘Bridge Project’ and further preparingthe detailed designs. One practical example is also enclosed as annexure tounderstand the process better. It may please be remembered that theseguidelines are useful for the beginners in Bridge Design. The provisions are onlyguiding principles and hence the designer should also study Text Books, Codes,and Specifications etc. for preparing the Designs.The first edition of these guidelines was published in the year 1997. The sameare now being revised as per revisions in IRC codes and prelevant practices inState P.W.D.Some new chapters on submersible bridges, innovative structures, bridgeasthetics, and high performance concrete have been added. Also someadditional information on hydraulics including Unit Hydrograph Method.Raftfoundations and some informative sketches have been incorporated. Hence, it isfelt that the second edition of these guidelines will be useful not only to the newentrants in the Designs Circle but also serves as guidelines to the FieldEngineers of the Department.
AUGUST 2007Superintending Engineer
Designs Circle(Bridges) 
Konkan Bhavan, Navi Mumbai
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FROM THE DESK OF SEDC(BR)
 
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FROM THE AUTHORS
The publication of this book could not have been possible but for the untiringefforts put in by a large member of individuals working in the Design Circle.The efforts taken by Shri. P. M. Kide, S. E., P. W. C., Chandrapur and Dr. D. T.Thube SEDC(BR), Navi Mumbai in recasting these guidelines are acknowledged.The contribution of Pradnya Walke, Executive Engineer (BR1), Designs Circle isspecially acknowledged, who helped in making suitable corrections and additionsin these guidelines in accordance with the latest references and editing theoriginal text to confirm to the latest codal provisions.We also thank staff members of Designs Circle namely R. B. Hake (Draftsman),U. H. Patil, B. D. Kamble, J. S. Shah, N. S. Kore (Tracers), Smt. P. P. Pable,Smt. J. U. Shenoy (Steno typists) and S. B. Gadave (Sr. Clerk) for theircontributions.The first edition of these guidelines was issued in 1997.Thereafter modificationsto IRC codes have been issued. There also have been some changes inpractices in designing/constructing bridges. In view of this it was desired to havemodifications in the guidelines. Some new chapters are added, modifications aredone in existing chapters.This second edition of guidelines is expected to meet the demands of the bridgedesigner while planning for a new bridge
AUGUST 2007Shri. S. B.TamsekarShri. K. S. Jangde
Chief Engineer,Secretary(Roads), PW
PW Region,PuneGovt. of Maharashtra

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