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C ONTENTS Section 1 – Abutments B RIDGE D ESIGN A IDS • A PRIL 2005

CONTENTS

Section 1 – Abutments

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Abutment Investigation

Jan 1988

1-1, 1-2

Jan 1988

1-3

Jan 1988

1-4

Short Seat Abutment

Jan 1988

1-5

High Cantilever Abutment

Jan 1988

1-6

Section 2 – Footings

pages 2-1 through 2-5.16 are renumbered and placed in Section 13 dated August 1989

 

Seal Courses

Jun 1990

2-6

 

Jan 1982

2-7

Section 3 – Retaining Walls

 
 

Earth Retaining Systems

Jul 1989

3-1.1, 3-1.2

 

Jan 1990

............................ 3-1.3, 3-1.4

Jul 1989

3-1.5- 3-1.12

 

Earth Pressures for Retaining Walls

Jan 1990

3-4

Cantilever Wingwall Design

Jul 1989

3-6

Mechanically Stabilized Embankment

Apr 2002

3-8.1

 

Apr 2002

 

Loading Conditions

Apr 2002

3-8.4

Foundation Pressure in Kips per Sq.

Apr 2002

3-8.5 - 3-8.9

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B RIDGE D ESIGN A IDS • A PRIL 2005 Section 3 – Retaining Walls -

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Section 3 – Retaining Walls - continued

Foundation Pressure in Kips per Sq. Ft. –

 

Loading Condition 4E

Apr 2002

3-8.10

 

May 1989

3-9, 3-9.1

Section 4 – Concrete Slabs

 
 

Standard Slab Bridge – General Instructions

Sep 2004

4-10.1

Makeup of Plans

Sep 2004

4-10.1

Basis of Design

Sep 2004

4-10.3

 

Mar 1989

4-11

Mar 1989

4-12

Mar 1989

4-13

Mar 1989

4-14

 

Standard Slab Bridge – Slab Details – Hinge at L/6

Mar 1989

4-15

Standard Slab Bridge – Support Design Data No. 1

Mar 1989

4-16

Standard Slab Bridge – Support Design Data No. 2 .....

Mar 1989

4-17

Standard Slab Bridge – Typical Support Calculations

Mar 1989

Slab Hinge Details

Mar 1989

4-19

Slab Reinforcement Details

Mar 1989

4-20

Slab Bridge Pile Details

Mar 1989

4-21

Section 5 – Concrete Design

 
 

Standard Notations and Design Formulas

May 1962

5-1

 

May 1971

5-2

 

Concrete Design

May 1962

5-3

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B RIDGE D ESIGN A IDS • A PRIL 2005 Section 5 – Concrete Design -

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Section 5 – Concrete Design - continued

Resisting Moments of Beams and Slabs for Balanced Design and Compressive Reinforcement

Feb 1968

5-10

T-Beams (Foot-Kips)

Feb 1968

5-10.1, 5-10.2

Table of Unit Values

Mar 1968

5-11, 5-12

Box Girders – Moments of Inertia and Weight Tables . Jun 1963

5-13

Moments of Inertia for T-Beams

Jul 1967

Jan 1964

5-14

Tables 13" Stem

Jan 1964

5-14.1

Charts for Resisting Moments – Box Girders

Jul 1967

5-14.3

Graph – Resisting Moments – Slab = 5 ½"

Jul 1967

5-14.4

Graph – Resisting Moments – Slab = 6"

Jul 1967

5-14.5

Jul 1967

5-14.6

Jul 1967

5-14.7

Graph – Resisting Moments – Slab = 6 ¾"

Jul 1967

5-14.8

Graph – Resisting Moments – Slab = 7"

Jul 1967

5-14.9

Column Design Charts

Nov 1974

5-15 - 5-22

Shear Modification for Skewed Concrete Girders

May 1990

5-31 - 5-38

Steps for Accessing and Running PSHEAR

May 1990

5-39

Inverted T-Caps

Oct 1995

Oct 1995

and Number of Bars

Aug 1966

5-71

Areas and Perimeters for Various Bar Sizes and spacing ..........................................................

Aug 1966

5-72

Anchorage to Concrete

Mar 1991

5-81 - 5-92

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Section 6 – Prestressed Concrete B RIDGE D ESIGN A IDS • A PRIL 2005 Precast

Section 6 – Prestressed Concrete

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Precast Prestressed Girders

Mar 2001

6-1A

Mar 2001

6-1A

Mar 2001

6-1B

Mar 2001

6-1C

Nov 1981

6-2

Nov 1961

6-3

May 1962

6-10

Prestressed Concrete Slabs

Jul 1994

6-11

Section 7 – Steel Design

 

Composite Girder Approximate Flange Areas

Aug 1963

7-1

 

May 1962

7-10 - 7-13

 

Data for Design of Steel Connections

Jul 1963

7-15

General Information (Rivets, Bolts, Welds, etc.)

7-16

Steel Connections, Length of Weld or Number of Bolts

Mar 1971

7-17

 

Jan 1963

Section 8 – Influence Lines

 
 

Validation for Section 8

Feb 1990

8-0

 

May 1962

Jan 1963

8-35 - 8-43

 

Envelope Curves for Moment –

8-45

3 Equal Continuous Spans Envelope Curves for Moment –

Jul 1963

8-46

2 Equal Continuous Spans

May 1963

8-47

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B RIDGE D ESIGN A IDS • A PRIL 2005 Section 9 – Live Load Moments

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Section 9 – Live Load Moments and Shears

 

Validation for Section 9

Jun 1989

9-0

HS20-S16(44) Loading

May 1962

9-1

 

May 1962

9-10

Apr 1979

.................................. 9-10A

 

Bending Moments – Simple Beam

Apr 1963

9-11 - 9-16

 

May 1962

9-20

Aug 1967

9-21

 

Reactions

May 1962

9-22 - 9-30

 

Aug 1962

9-31 - 9-36

Aug 1962

9-37 - 9-42

 

One Lane Live Load – Hinge at 1/7 Point

Aug 1962

9-43 - 9-48

One Lane Live Load – Hinge at 1/8 Point

Feb 1965

9-49 - 9-54

One Lane Live Load – Hinge at 1/9 Point

Aug 1967

9-55 - 9-60

One Lane Live Load – Hinge at 1/10 Point

Aug 1967

9-61 - 9-66

One Lane Live Load – Hinge at 1/11 Point

Aug 1967

9-67 - 9-72

One Lane Live Load – Hinge at 1/12 Point

Aug 1967

9-73 - 9-78

Table of Maximum Moments for Permit Load .............

Mar 1986

......................... 9-81, 9-81.1

Table of Maximum Moments for Permit Load (cont.)

Jun 1979

9-81.2 - 9-81.5

Steam Railroad Loading – Class E-10

Aug 1967

9-95, 9-96

Section 10 – Type Selection

 
 

General Features of Design

Dec 1987

10-1, 10-2

Clearance at Structures

Apr 1993

10-3 –10-11

Curbs .............................................................................

Mar 1991

10-12

Concrete Barriers and Barrier Railings (Structures)

Feb 1985

10-13

Combination Railings (Vehicular and Pedestrian)

Feb 1982

10-14, 10-15

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Section 10 – Type Selection - continued Combination Railings for Bridge Structures B RIDGE D ESIGN

Section 10 – Type Selection - continued

Combination Railings for Bridge Structures

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(Vehicle and Pedestrian)

Feb 1982

10-16

Pedestrian Railings for Bridge Structures

Feb 1982

10-17

Roadway Drainage

Feb 1982

10-18

Feb 1982

10-19, 10-20

Selection of Type (Structures)

Feb 1990

10-21

General

Feb 1990

10-21

Report .................................................................

Feb 1990

10-21, 10-22

“Structure Type Selection” Form DSD-0045

Feb 1990

10-23

Alternative Designs

Feb 1990

10-24

Characteristics of Types of Structures

Feb 1990

10-24

Slab, T-Beam .......................................................

Feb 1990

10-25

Box Girder (CIP Reinforced)

Feb 1990

10-26

Box Girder (CIP Prestressed)

Feb 1990

10-26

Prestressed Concrete Slabs

Feb 1990

10-27

Feb 1990

10-27

Composite Welded Girder

Feb 1990

10-28

Railroad Structures (Steel)

Feb 1990

10-29

Feb 1990

10-29

Pedestrian Structures

Feb 1990

10-29

Abutments

10-30

 

Feb 1990 ...................................

10-31

Feb 1990

10-32

Slopes at Abutments

Feb 1990

10-33

Bridge Numbers

Feb 1990

10-34

Kinds of Structures

Feb 1990

10-35

Structure Types

Feb 1990

10-36

Feb 1990

10-37, 10-38

Bridges

Feb 1990

10-39

Feb 1990

10-40

Overheads and Underpasses

Feb 1990

10-41

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B RIDGE D ESIGN A IDS • A PRIL 2005 Pedestrian Traffic Feb 1990 10-42 Miscellaneous

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Pedestrian Traffic

Feb 1990

10-42

Miscellaneous Structures

Feb 1990

10-43

Section 11 – Estimating

 
 

Introduction

Mar 2005

11-1

General ..........................................................................

Mar 2005

11-1

BEES (Basic Engineering Estimate System)

Mar 2005

11-1

Revised Estimates

Mar 2005

11-1

 

Mar 2005

11-2

 

Escalation Factor .................................................

Mar 2005

11-2

Mobilization Factor

Mar 2005

11-2

 

Mar 2005

11-2

 

Stage Construction

Mar 2005

11-2

Traffic Control

Mar 2005

11-3

Working Days

Mar 2005

11-3

 

Mar 2005

11-3

Mar 2005

11-4

 

General Plan Estimates

Mar 2005

11-4

Bar Reinforcement /m 3 of Concrete for

Various Bridge Parts

Mar 2005

11-5

Backfill Quantities

Mar 2005

11-5

Bar Reinforcing, and Prestressing Steel

Mar 2005

11-7 - 11-20

Marginal Estimates

Mar 2005

................................... 11-21

 

Mar 2005

11-21

Mar 2005

11-22

 

Lump Sum Items

Mar 2005

11-23

Fully Compensated Items

Mar 2005

11-23

Structure Type Coding

Mar 2005

11-24

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Section 11 – Estimating - continued Concrete Type Limits and Division Between B RIDGE D ESIGN

Section 11 – Estimating - continued

Concrete Type Limits and Division Between

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Superstructure and Substructure

Mar 2005

11-26

Mar 2005

11-27

Pending File, After Bid Acceptance

Mar 2005

11-28

Mar 2005

11-30 - 11-37

 

11-39

Listed by Section

Mar 2005

11-39

Alphabetical Listing of Items

Mar 2005

11-42

Description of Contract Items

Mar 2005

11-44

Bar Reinforcing Steel

Mar 2005

11-44

Concrete ..............................................................

Mar 2005

11-46

Deck Rehabilitation Items

Mar 2005

11-49

Earthquake Restrainers, Retrofit, and Repair

Mar 2005

11-50

Earthwork

Mar 2005

11-52

Joint Seals

Mar 2005

11-56

Metal

Mar 2005

11-56

Mar 2005

11-57

Mar 2005

11-58

Non-Standard Piling

Mar 2005

11-59

Mar 2005

11-65

Precast Girders

Mar 2005

11-66

Mar 2005

11-66

Mar 2005

11-67

Mar 2005

11-67

Mar 2005

11-68

Mar 2005

11-70

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Section 12 – Piles B RIDGE D ESIGN A IDS • A PRIL 2005 Validity of

Section 12 – Piles

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Validity of Pile Shaft Design

Mar 1990

12-0

Pile Shaft Design

Sep 1986

Section 13 – Columns

 
 

Design of Single Column Bents for 2-Span Box

Girder Bridges

Aug 1989

13-1

 

Aug 1989

 

Example Column/Footing Design (using STD Charts)

Aug 1989

Live Loads

Aug 1989

13-7

 

Aug 1989

13-8

Aug 1989

Section 14 – Seismic

 
 

Dynamic Model Assumptions and Adjustments ............

Oct 1989

14-1 - 14-10

Equivalent Static Analysis of Restrainers .....................

Oct 1989

Section 15 – Miscellaneous

 
 

Stair and Ramp Ratios

May 1962

15-1

Foundation Investigation and Reports

Jan 1989

15-2

Checklist for Structure Foundation Studies

and Reports

Jan 1989

15-3 - 15-6

As-Built Plans

Jan 1989

15-7

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Section 16 – Sound Walls B RIDGE D ESIGN A IDS • A PRIL 2005 Sound

Section 16 – Sound Walls

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Sound Wall Design

Oct 1990

Oct 1990

16-1 - 16-8

Interaction Diagrams

16-9 - 16-24

Oct 1990

................................... 16-25

Masonry Block

Oct 1990

16-25 - 16-27

Precast Concrete Panels with Posts

Oct 1990

16-28 - 16-31

Cast-In-Place Contcrete

Oct 1990

16-32 - 16-34

Oct 1990

16-35 - 16-37

Section 17 – Deck Drains

 
 

Deck Drainage Design

.................................................

Oct 1989

17-1

Run-Off Analysis

  • 1. ............................................

Oct 1989

17-1

  • 2. Capacity of Grate Inlets in a Sag

Oct 1989

17-1

Sheet Flow

  • 3. ......................................................

Oct 1989

17-2

Flow in Gutters

  • 4. ................................................

Oct 1989

17-2

  • 5. Example Drainage Design

Oct 1989

17-3

Detailing Practice

  • 6. ............................................ Examples of details for special applications:

Oct 1989

17-9

Deck Drain Pipe Detail at Abutment

Oct 1989

Oct 1989

17-9

Expansion Coupling

17-10

 

17-11

 

Deck Drain Pipe Detail at Hinge

Oct 1989

17-12

Scupper Detail

Oct 1989

17-13

Deck Drain

Oct 1989

17-14

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