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APPENDIX A - NOTATIONS & ACRONYMS

**Ab Ae Ag Ajh A jh Ajv Ajv As A’s A sjh As
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jv ftg ftg

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

Area of individual reinforcing steel bar (in2, mm2) (Section 3.8.1) Effective shear area (Section 3.6.2) Gross cross section area (in2, mm2) (Section 3.6.2) The effective horizontal area of a moment resisting joint (Section 7.4.4.1) The effective horizontal area for a moment resisting footing joint (Section 7.7.1.4) The effective vertical area for a moment resisting joint (Section 7.4.4.1) The effective vertical area for a moment resisting footing joint (Section 7.7.1.4) Area of supplemental non-prestressed tension reinforcement (Section 4.3.2.2) Area of supplemental compression reinforcement (Section 4.3.2.2) Area of horizontal joint shear reinforcement required at moment resisting joints (Section 7.4.4.3) Area of vertical joint shear reinforcement required at moment resisting joints (Section 7.4.4.3) Area of vertical j-bar reinforcement required at moment resisting joints with a skew angle >20° (Section 7.4.4.3) 5% damped elastic Acceleration Response Spectrum, expressed in terms of g (Section 2.1) Area of bent cap side face steel required at moment resisting joints (Section 7.4.4.3) Area of longitudinal column steel anchored in the joint (Section 7.4.4.3) American Society for Testing Materials Area of shear reinforcement perpendicular to flexural tension reinforcement (Section 3.6.3) Bent cap width (Section 7.3.1.1) Effective width of the superstructure for resisting longitudinal seismic moments (Section 7.2.1.1) Effective width of the footing for calculating average normal stress in the horizontal direction within a footing moment resisting joint (Section 7.7.1.4) Caltrans Bridge Design Specification (Section 3.2.1) Axial compression demand on a pile (Section 7.7.1.1) Cast-in-drilled-hole pile (Section 1.2) Cast-in-steel-shell pile (Section 1.2) Column cross sectional dimension in the direction of interest (Section 3.1.4.1) Distance from the top of column the center of gravity of the superstructure (Section 4.3.2.1) Largest cross sectional dimension of the column (Section 8.2.4)

As j-bar ARS A ssf Ast ASTM Av Bcap Beff Beffftg BDS C(i)pile CIDH CISS Dc Dc.g. Dc,max

SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA

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2.7.1.1.1) Moment of inertia of the pile group (Section 7.2.6.3) Plastic hinge region which defines the region of a column or pier that requires enhanced lateral confinement (Section 7. (Section 3.1) Inelastic Static Analysis (Section 5.8.8. m) (Section 3.1) Depth of resultant soil resistance measured from top of footing (Section 7.6.8.4) The gap between an isolated flare and the soffit of the bent cap (Section 7.2.1.6.2.2.1) Moment of inertia about centroidal axis of the gross section of the member (Section 5. MPa) (Section 3.2.7.3) Cross-sectional dimension of pile shaft in the direction of interest (Section 7.6.1) Effective moment of inertia for computing member stiffness (Section 5.6.3) Effective polar moment of inertia for computing member stiffness (Section 5.1) Cross-sectional dimension of confined concrete core measured between the centerline of the peripheral hoop or spiral.APPENDIX A .6.2.1) Member length from the point of maximum moment to the point of contra-flexure (ft.NOTATIONS & ACRONYMS Dftg DRs Ds D’ D* Ec EDA Es ESA Fsk G Gc GS H H’ Hs Ic.1) Depth of superstructure at the bent cap (Section 7.3) Length of bridge deck between adjacent expansion joints (Section 7. Ieff Ig ISA Jeff Jg Keff Ki L L Lb Lp Lpr = = = = = = Depth of footing (Section 7.2) A2 SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA .4.8.3) Length used for flexural bond requirements (Section 8.1) Equivalent analytical plastic hinge length (ft.6. MPa) (Section 3.3.6) Elastic Dynamic Analysis (Section 2.1) ft m = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Initial abutment backwall stiffness (Section 7.1) Gross polar moment of inertia about centroidal axis of the gross section of the member (Section 5.g.1.6.1) Abutment shear key force capacity (Section 7.8.6.2) Shear modulus (modulus of rigidity) for concrete (ksi.6.1.3) Equivalent Static Analysis (Section 2.1) Modulus of elasticity of steel (psi.3) Length of pile shaft/column from ground surface to the point of zero moment above ground (Section 7.1) Geotechnical Services Average height of column supporting bridge deck between expansion joints (Section 7.7.2) Modulus of elasticity of concrete (psi.2) Length of column/shaft from the pint of maximum moment in the shaft to the point of contraflexure in the column (Section 7.1.1) Effective abutment backwall stiffness kip in ( kN mm ) (Section 7. MPa) (Section 5. m) (Section 3.7.

003.2) Moment attributed to secondary prestress effects (Section 4.1) Moment capacity of a ductile component corresponding to the first reinforcing bar yielding (Section 5.3) Maximum Credible Earthquake (Section 2.1) The column axial force including the effects of overturning (Section 3. N-m) (Section 2.1. P/S concrete.3) Memo to Designers (Section 1.1.8.L METS M(i)pile Mm M p/s Mn Mne Mnesup R.7. Nominal moment capacity based on the expected material properties and a concrete strain.7.L MnetypeII Mo col Mp col My M-φ MTD N NA Np OSD Pb Pc Pdl P dl sup = = = = PGR P/S RD SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA A3 .2.3m) for the California Standard Penetration Test (Section 6.4) Preliminary Geology Report (Section 2.7.5) MeqR.1) Expected nominal moment capacity of a type II pile shaft (Section 7.2.3. Mocol (Section 4.1.3.1) Prestressed Concrete (i.4.2.1.e.3) Abutment support width normal to centerline of bearing (Section 7.4.3.8.5) Superstructure axial load resultant at the abutment (Section 7.1) Offices Of Structure Design (Section 1.1) Moment curvature analysis (Section 3.003 (Section 3.3.1) Idealized plastic moment capacity of a column calculated by M-φ analysis (kip-ft.4) Expected nominal moment capacity of the right and left superstructure spans utilizing expected material properties (Section 4.1) Blow count per foot (0.3.1.7.1) Materials Engineering and Testing Services The moment demand generated in pile (i) (Section 7.4) Displacement reduction factor for damping ratios exceeding 5% (Section 2.2) Nominal moment capacity based on the nominal concrete and steel strengths when the concrete strain reaches 0.1) Moment attributed to dead load (Section 4.SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA • FEBRUARY 2004 • VERSION 1.6.3) Total number of piles in a footing (Section 7.6.1) The column moment when coupled with any existing Mdl & Mp/s will equal the column’s overstrength moment capacity.3.1) The effective axial force at the center of the joint including prestress (Section 7.1.1.2) Portion of Meqcol distributed to the left or right adjacent superstructure spans (Section 4.2.1.3. P/S strand) (Section 2.4.2) Axial load attributed to dead load (Section 3.3 Lftg MCE M dl Meq col = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Cantilever length of the footing or pile cap measured from face of column to edge of footing along the principal axis of the footing (Section 7. εc= 0.1.1) Earthquake moment magnitude (Section 6.2) Column overstrength moment (Section 2.

2) Nominal shear strength provided by concrete (Section 3. MPa) (Section 3. MPa) (section 3.2.1.6.1) Axial tension demand on a pile (Section 7.2.2. N) (Section 2.8.1) Total tensile force in column longitudinal reinforcement associated with Mocol (Section 7. MPa) (Section 3.1) Nominal shear strength (Section 3.2) Seismic Design Criteria (Section 1.NOTATIONS & ACRONYMS Rs S SDC SDSEE T Tc T(i)pile Tjv Vc V(i)pile Vn Vpile Vs Vo Vocol Vpcol Vnpw Vu pw = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Total resultant expected soil resistance along the end and sides of a footing (Section 7.5) Expected compressive strength of unconfined concrete.4.4. (Section 3.2. typically defined as Mpcol/L (kips.1) Shear demand on a pile (Section 7.2.1) Structure Design Services and Earthquake Engineering Natural period of vibration.1) Damping ratio (Section 2.1) Expected yield stress for A706 reinforcement (ksi.6.4. Mpa) (Section 3.4) Nominal shear strength provided by shear reinforcement (Section 3.2.2) Average normal stress in the vertical direction within a moment resisting joint (Section 7.6) Confined compression strength of concrete (Section 3.4) Specified minimum tensile strength for A706 reinforcement (ksi.2.7.3) Expected minimum tensile strength for A706 reinforcement (ksi.2.6. (psi.7.4.1.2.1) Skew angle of abutment (Section 7.1.3.APPENDIX A .5) Nominal bar diameter of longitudinal column reinforcement (Section 7.6.2.1) Net tension force in moment resisting footing joints (Section 7.1) Overstrength shear associated with the overstrength moment Mo (Section 3.7.6.2.6.7.3.1) Nominal yield stress for A706 reinforcement (ksi.3) Nominal yield stress of transverse column reinforcement (hoops/spirals) (ksi.1) Tensile stress for 270 ksi (1900 MPa) 7 wire low relaxation prestress strand (ksi. typically defined as Mocol /L (kips.1) Average normal stress in the horizontal direction within a moment resisting joint (Section 7.4.1) Column overstrength shear.1) c (i ) c d bl d bb fh f ps fu fue fyh fv fy fye f’c f’cc f’ce A4 SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA . MPa) (Section 3.6. MPa) (Section 3.2.2) Distance from pile (i) to the center of gravity of the pile group in the X or Y direction (Section 7.2) Effective diameter of bundled reinforcement (Section 8. MPa) (Section 3.8.3.1.1) Abutment pile shear capacity (Section 7.1.7.6.6.1.2) Shear demand on a pier wall in the strong direction (Section 3. in seconds T = 2π m k (Section 6.1) Nominal shear strength of pier wall in the strong direction (Section 3.4. N) (Section 2.6.1) Column plastic shear.1) Compressive strength of unconfined concrete.

1) The total number of piles at distance c(i) from the center of gravity of the pile group (Section 7.2.6) Acceleration due to gravity.2) Spacing of shear/transverse reinforcement measured along the longitudinal axis of the structural member (in.4.4.2. mm) (Section 3.3) Nominal yield tensile strain for A706 reinforcement (Section 3.1.2.2.2.5) Ultimate compression strain for confined concrete (Section 3.3) Undrained shear strength (psf.6.1.1.3) Reduced ultimate tensile strain for A706 reinforcement (Section 3.81 m sec 2 ) (Section 1.EE εRps.2.2.1) Nominal vertical shear stress in a moment resisting joint (psi.SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA • FEBRUARY 2004 • VERSION 1.2.1.4.8.4.1.2.4) Reduced ultimate tensile strain in prestress steel (Section 3.2.6) Ultimate compressive strain (spalling strain) of unconfined concrete (Section 3.2.4) Tensile strain at the onset of strain hardening for A706 reinforcement (Section 3.2) Shear wave velocity (ft/sec. MPa) (Section 7.6.3 f c′ = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Square root of the specified compressive strength of concrete.2) Displacement attributed to the elastic and plastic deformation of the column (Section 2.6) Concrete compressive strain at maximum compressive stress of unconfined concrete (Section 3.3) Ultimate tensile strain for A706 reinforcement (Section 3.2) Local member displacement capacity (Section 3. m = W/g (kip-sec2/ft.3) Expected yield tensile strain for A706 reinforcement (Section 3.3) Displacement due to beam flexibility (Section 2.u εsh εsu εsuR εy εye ∆b ∆c ∆col SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA A5 .1) Concrete compressive strain at maximum compressive stress of confined concrete (Section 3.3) Top or bottom slab thickness (Section 7.3.2 ft sec 2 (9.1.1) Maximum abutment backwall soil pressure (Section 7.2) Nominal principal tension stress in a joint (psi.1) Permissible shear stress carried by concrete (psi.1) Length used for flexural bond requirements (Section 8.8.4.3) Specified concrete compressive strain for essentially elastic members (Section 3.2.7.1) Length of column reinforcement embedded into bent cap (Section 7.1) Effective stiffness of bent or column (i) (Section 7.2.1) Nominal principal compression stress in a joint (psi.1) Abutment backwall height (Section 7.2. MPa) (Section 7.4) g hbw k(i)e lac lb m(i) n pbw pc pt s su t vjv vc vs εc εcc εco εsp εcu εps εps.4.2.4) Tensile strain in prestress steel at the essentially elastic limit state (Section 3.1) Tributary mass associated with column or bent (i). MPa) (section 3. MPa) (Section 3.4. MPa) (Section 7. 32. kg) (Section 7.1.6) Tensile strain for 7-wire low relaxation prestress strand (Section 3. (psi.2.2. m/sec) (Section 6. KPa) (Section 6.

1) Ratio of volume of spiral or hoop reinforcement to the core volume confined by the spiral or hoop reinforcement (measured out-to-out). mm) (Section 2.6.2.5.2) Global system displacement (Section 2.2.2.4) Idealized yield displacement of the subsystem at the formation of the plastic hinge (in.6.1.3) Ratio of non-prestressed tension reinforcement (Section 4.2) The displacement in Type I shafts at the point of maximum moment (Section 4.2.1) Idealized yield curvature (Section 3.2.3) = = = = = = = ρ fs φ φp φu φy φY νc µd µD µc = = = = = = = = = = Ultimate curvature capacity (Section 3.3) Displacement due to prestress shortening (Section 7.5.5.3) Strength reduction factor (Section 3.2.1.3) yield curvature corresponding to the yield of the fist tension reinforcement in a ductile component (Section 5.6.1) The average displacement at an expansion joint due to earthquake (Section 7.1) Idealized plastic curvature ( 1 mm ) (Section 3.1. ρ s = 4 × Ab (D ′× s ) for circular cross sections (Section 3.2) Local member plastic displacement capacity (in.6) Local displacement ductility demand (Section 3.5) Idealized yield displacement of the column (Section 2.2) The displacement due to temperature variation (Section 7.APPENDIX A .1.2.2.5) Local member displacement demand (Section 2.1. mm) (Section 3.6.5) Displacement due to foundation flexibility (Section 2.3) Local displacement ductility capacity (Section 3.5.1.2.1.3) Poisson’s ratio of concrete (Section 3.2.NOTATIONS & ACRONYMS ∆C ∆cr+sh ∆d ∆D ∆eq ∆f ∆p ∆ p/s ∆r ∆s ∆temp ∆Ycol ∆Y θp ρ ρl ρs = = = = = = = = = = Global displacement capacity (Section 3.2.1.2) Area ratio of transverse reinforcement in column flare (Section 7.2.2) Displacement due to creep and shrinkage (Section 7.5.4) A6 SEISMIC DESIGN CRITERIA .4) Area ratio of longitudinal column reinforcement (Section 8.2) Global displacement ductility demand (Section 2.3) Plastic rotation capacity (radians) (Section 3.6.5) The relative lateral offset between the point of contra-flexure and the base of the plastic hinge (Section 4.

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