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DSI-DYWIDAG Bonded PT Using Strands Eu 01

DSI-DYWIDAG Bonded PT Using Strands Eu 01

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DYWIDAG Bonded Post-Tensioning Systems using Strands
 
Owner
National Motorway Company, Hungary +++
General Contractor
Viaduct Consortium Hídépítö Rt. - Strabag Rt., Hungary +++
Engineer
Metróber Kft, Hungary +++
Design
Hídépítö Rt., Hungary +++
Consultant
Pont Terv Rt., Hungary
DSI Unit
DSI Austria, Salzburg, Austria
DSI Services
Supply of DYWIDAG Multistrand Tendons (about 1,000 pc. MA 6815 and 3,400 pc. MA 6819, including equipment)
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DYWIDAG Multistrand Tendons secureone of the largest Interstate Bridges in Hungary
Köröshegy Bridge, M7 Interstate
O
ne of the largest prestressedconcrete interstate bridges inHungary was built as part of the15 km extension of the M7 interstatebetween Zamárdi and Balatonszárszónear Köröshegy. Construction of thebridge began in summer of 2004. Thisroute leads from Slovenia to Budapest,passing south of Lake Balaton. Due toits limited construction time of only21/2 years and the high demands madeon the building technology, the bridgewas definitely an engineering perform-ance of outstanding importance.Because of the 90 m height of thebridge and the short construction time,the 23.80 m wide deck that will carrytwo traffic lanes is being built using theprestressed concrete constructionmethod instead of a combination ofsteel or composite structure. Thebridge superstructure is supported by16 piers erected on bored piles in therange of 1.2 to 1.5 m in diameter anddepths of 22 to 29 m. The height of thepiers varies between 1 m at the edge ofthe valley and 90 m in the middle of thebridge. The piers were built in 5 msections using a climbing formworksystem. The 17 bridge spans (60 m+ 95 m + 13 x 120 m + 95 m + 60 m)were built using the cantilever methodand post-tensioned with DYWIDAGMultistrand Tendons. Starting from thepiers, each span was built to the rightand left in one pour each and then thesegments were post-tensioned againsteach other. A special feature here wasa pour section of 11.0 m length thatrequires a travelling formwork hangingfrom a girder that rests on three piersabove the bridge span. This enabledthe construction work to be carried outat large heights in relatively short time.
Owner
CROATIAN MOTORWAY CO.Zagreb, Croatia +++
General Contractor
KONSTRUKTOR-IN
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ZENJERING d.d. Split, Croatia +++
Consultant
“Rijeka Project“, Croatia +++ Design Dipl. Ing. Mr. Rene Lustig, Croatia
DSI Unit
DSI Group HQ Operations, Munich, Germany
DSI Services
Supply of the DYWIDAG Post-Tensioning System, Type MA with 12, 15 and 19x0.62", Rental of Pre-stressing Equipmentand Rental of two sets DYWIDAG Form Travellers
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Bridges on the new Motorway from Zagrebto Split employ DSI Know-how
Bridge over the Gudu˘ca River, Motorway Zagreb-Split, Croatia
T
he Gudu˘ ca bridge consists of two
separate parallel structures, each for onemotorway direction. The length of thebridge is 225 m with spans of 67 m + 96 m +62 m. The piers have a height of 35 m and 45 mrespectively; the width of each deck is 13.9 m.Each pre-stressed hollow box girdersuperstructure was constructed using thefree cantilever method employing a total fourDYWIDAG Form Travellers and Type 12, 15and 19 x 0.62" DYWIDAG Post-TensioningStrand Tendons.
 
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subject to modification, August 2006
DYWIDAG Post-Tensioning Systems ........................................................................
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Standard Strands ......................................................................................................
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Corrugated Duct ......................................................................................................
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PE/PP Round Duct ...................................................................................................
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ETA Approvals ...........................................................................................................
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 Anchorages ............................................................................................................
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Installation ..............................................................................................................
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Stressing..................................................................................................................
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Grouting ...................................................................................................................
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Plate Anchorage ED ................................................................................................
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Multiplane Anchorage MA ......................................................................................
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Coupler R ...............................................................................................................
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Coupler D ................................................................................................................
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Loop Anchorage HV ................................................................................................
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Bond Head Anchorage ZF/ZR ...............................................................................
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Coupler M/ME (Floating Anchorage Block) ...........................................................
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Plate Anchorage SD ................................................................................................
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Coupler P ...............................................................................................................
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Flat Anchorage FA ..................................................................................................
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References ..............................................................................................................
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Equipment Overview ...............................................................................................
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Calculation of Elongation .......................................................................................
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 Addresses ..............................................................................................................
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Santan Freeway Interchange,Phoenix, AZ, USA

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