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Concrete Example - SI

Concrete Example - SI

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COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN EXAMPLE FOR PRESTRESSEDCONCRETE (PSC) GIRDER SUPERSTRUCTURE BRIDGEWITH COMMENTARY
 
(Task order DTFH61-02-T-63032)
 
US CUSTOMARY UNITSSubmitted to
THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
Prepared ByModjeski and Masters, Inc.
November 2003
 
Table of Contents
 
Prestressed Concrete Bridge Design Example
 
Task Order DTFH61-02-T-63032
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
 
1. INTRODUCTION
.........................................................................................................1-1
2. EXAMPLE BRIDGE
....................................................................................................2-12.1 Bridge geometry and materials.............................................................................2-12.2 Girder geometry and section properties...............................................................2-42.3 Effective flange width........................................................................................2-10
3. FLOWCHARTS
............................................................................................................3-1
4. DESIGN OF DECK
.......................................................................................................4-1
5. DESIGN OF SUPERSTRUCTURE
 5.1 Live load distribution factors..............................................................................5-15.2 Dead load calculations.......................................................................................5-105.3 Unfactored and factored load effects.................................................................5-135.4 Loss of prestress ...............................................................................................5-275.5 Stress in prestressing strands.............................................................................5-365.6 Design for flexure5.6.1 Flexural stress at transfer......................................................................5-465.6.2 Final flexural stress under Service I limit state ....................................5-495.6.3 Longitudinal steel at top of girder.........................................................5-615.6.4 Flexural resistance at the strength limit state in positivemoment region .....................................................................................5-635.6.5 Continuity correction at intermediate support......................................5-675.6.6 Fatigue in prestressed steel...................................................................5-755.6.7 Camber..................................................................................................5-755.6.8 Optional live load deflection check......................................................5-805.7 Design for shear ................................................................................................5-825.7.1 Critical section for shear near the end support.....................................5-845.7.2 Shear analysis for a section in the positive moment region..................5-855.7.3 Shear analysis for sections in the negative moment region..................5-935.7.4 Factored bursting resistance................................................................5-1015.7.5 Confinement reinforcement................................................................5-1025.7.6 Force in the longitudinal reinforcement including the effect of the applied shear.................................................................................5-104
6.
 
DESIGN OF BEARINGS
.............................................................................................6-1
 
Table of Contents
 
Prestressed Concrete Bridge Design Example
 
Task Order DTFH61-02-T-63032
 
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7. DESIGN OF SUBSTRUCTURE
..................................................................................7-17.1. Design of Integral Abutments7.1.1 Gravity loads...........................................................................................7-67.1.2 Pile cap design .....................................................................................7-117.1.3 Piles.......................................................................................................7-127.1.4 Backwall design....................................................................................7-167.1.5 Wingwall design...................................................................................7-307.1.6 Design of approach slab........................................................................7-347.1.7 Sleeper slab...........................................................................................7-377.2. Design of Intermediate Pier7.2.1 Substructure loads and application.......................................................7-387.2.2 Pier cap design......................................................................................7-517.2.3 Column design......................................................................................7-667.2.4 Footing design.......................................................................................7-75Appendix A - Comparisons of Computer Program Results (QConBridge and Opis)Section A1 - QConBridge Input..............................................................................................A1Section A2 - QConBridge Output...........................................................................................A3Section A3 - Opis Input.........................................................................................................A10Section A4 - Opis Output......................................................................................................A47Section A5 - Comparison Between the Hand Calculations and the Two ComputerPrograms..........................................................................................................A55Section A6 - Flexural Resistance Sample Calculation from Opis to Compare withHand Calculations...........................................................................................A58
 
Appendix B - General Guidelines for Refined Analysis of Deck SlabsAppendix C - Example of Creep and Shrinkage Calculations

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