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Design of Bearings :

Elastomer material properties : AASHTO 14.7.6.2 page 1474

Commonly used elastomers have a shear modulus between 0.6 and 1.75 MPa, and a nominal hardness between 50 and 70 on the Shore A Scale. The shear force on the structure induced by defonnation of the elastomer in PEP, FGP and steelreinforced elastomeric bearings shall be based on a G value not less than that of the elastomer at23C. Effects of relaxation shall be ignored.

Therefore ;

G. 1.14 MPa

Design Forces on Bearings of Interior Girders at the Intermediate Pier : Max Factored Reaction Strength 1 Service 1

RDStrength 1453 kN RDService 1133 kN

RLLStrength 812 kN RLLService 464 kN

According to the Commentary of AASHTO C14.7.5.3.2 page 1467, the effect of the dynamic load allowance on the elastomeric bearing reaction may be ignored. The reason for this is that the dynamic load allowance effects are likely to be only a small proportion of the total load and because the stress limits are based on fatigue damage, whose limits are not clearly defined.

The minimum bearing area : The Bearing os fixed against shear deformations. Therefore; the maxmum compressive stress limit under service limit state according to AASHTO 4.7.5.3.2 page 1467 is :

s 2.0 G. Si 12.0 MPa L 1.0 G. Si

Where : s = service average compressive stress due to the otal load (MPa) L = service average compressive stress due to live load (MPa) G = shear modulus of elastomer (MPa)

G = shear modulus of elastomer (MPa) Si = shape factor of the thickest layer ofthe bearing To satisfy the 1.75 MPa limit, the minimum bearing area, Areq, should satisfy

RDService Areq 12 MPa

4 2 9.442 10 mm Areq =

The corners of the bottom flanges of the girder are usually chamfered. The bearing should be slightly narrower than the flat part of the flange unless a stiff sole plate is used to insure uniform distribution of the compressive stress and strain over the bearing area. The bearing should be as short along the length of the girder as practical to permit rotation about the transverse axis. This requires the bearing to be as wide as possible which is desirable when stabilizing the girder during erection.

Chamfer 25 mm bfBottom 710 mm

EdgeClearance 25 mm

Consider the longitudinal dimension to ensure that the maximum compressive stress limit is satisfied :

L. 190 mm Bearingarea W. L.

5 2 1.159 10 mm Bearingarea =

AASHTO 14.7.5.1-1 page 1465

The shape factor of a layer of an elastomeric bearing, Si is taken as the plan area of the layer divided by the area of perimeter free to bulge. For rectangular bearings without holes, the shape factor of the layer may be taken as:

LW Si 2 hri (L + W)

Where : L = length of a rectangular elastomeric bearing (parallel to longitudinal bridge axis) (mm) W = width of the bearing in the transverse direction (mm) hri = thickness of ith elastomeric layer in elastomeric bearing (mm)

LW hri 2 Si (L + W)

In any elastomeric bearing layer, the average compressive stress at the service limit statewill satisfy the following provisions. These provisions limit the shear stress and strain in the elastomer. The relationship between the shear stress and the applied compressive load depends directly on the shape factor, with higher shape factors leading to higher capacities.

sTL STL 2 G.

Where :

PTL sTL Bearingarea

PTL RDService

PTL RDService

PTL sTL Bearingarea sTL = 9.776 MPa G. = 1.14 MPa sTL STL 2 G. STL = 4.288

Shear Modulus

L SLL 1 G.

Where :

PLL s Bearingarea

PLL RLLService

Smin max STL , SLL Smin = 4.288

L. W. hriTL 2 STL (L. + W.) hriTL = 16.895 mm L. W. hriLL 2 SLL (L. + W.) hriLL = 20.627 mm

hri 15 mm

L. W. S. 2 hri (L. + W.)

Compressive deflection : AASHTO 14.7.5.3.3 page 1468 This provision need only be checked if deck joints are present on the bridge. Since this design example is a jointless bridge, commentary for this provision is provided below, but no design is investigated. Deflections of elastometric bearings due to total load and live load alone will be considered separately.

Instantaneous deflection :

. i hri

Where : i = instantaneous compressive strain in ith elastomer layer of a laminated bearing. hri = thickness of ith elastomeric layer in a laminated bearing (mm)

This provision need only be checked if the bearing is a movable bearing. Since the bearing under consideration is a fixed bearing, this provision does not apply.

Service limit state applies. Design rotations are taken as the maximum sum of the effects of initial lack of parallelism between the bottom of the girder and the top of the superstructure and subsequent girder end rotation due to imposed loads and movements. The goal of the following requirements is to prevent uplift of any corner of the bearing under any combination of loading and corresponding rotation.

s B 2 s > 1.0 G. S. n hri

Where : n = number of interior layers of elastomer, where interior layers are defined as those layers which are bonded on each face. Exterior layers are defined as those layers which are bonded only on one face. When the thickness of the exterior layer of elastomer is more than one-half the thickness of an interior layer, the parameter, n, may be increased by one- half for each such exterior layer.

those layers which are bonded only on one face. When the thickness of the exterior layer of elastomer is more than one-half the thickness of an interior layer, the parameter, n, may be increased by one- half for each such exterior layer.

B = length of pad if rotation is about its transverse axis or width of pad if rotation is about its longitudinal axis (mm.)

B L.

s =

maximum service rotation due to the total load (rads) For this example, s will include the rotations due to live load and construction load (assume 0.005 rads)

s 0.005 rad

2 B 1.0 G. S. s hri nu s

nu = 0.452

To prevent excessive stress on the edges of the elastomer, rectangular bearings fixed against shear deformation must also satisfy :

s B 2 s < 2.25 G. S. 1 0.167 n hri

ncBearing = 0.636

nhri 2 nhre 2

thri 15 mm thre 5 mm

Bearings are investigated for instability at the service limit state load combinations specified in AASHTO Table 3.4.1-1. page 69 Bearings satisfying the below equations are considered stable, and no further investigation of stability is required.

2 A. B.

2 A. B.

hri 1.92 L. A. 2.0 L. 1 + W.

The reinforcement should sustain the tensile stresses induced by compression on the bearing. With the present load limitations, the minimum steel plate thickness practical for fabrication will usually provide adequate strength At the service limit state :

3 hri s hsTL Fy

Fy 420 MPa 3 hri s hsTL Fy hsTL = 1.047 mm

2 hri L hsLL FTH

Where : FTH = constant amplitude fatigue threshold for Category A as specified in AASHTO Table 6.6.1.2.5-3 page 614 (MPa)

For Category A :

FTH 165 MPa 2 hri sLL hsLL FTH

hsLL = 0.728 mm

Use hs 5 mm

nhs 3

hst nhre thre + nhri thri + nhs hs hst = 55 mm

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