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In the negative flexure regions, shear connectors shall be provided where the

longitudinal reinforcement is considered to be a part of the composite section.

Otherwise, shear connectors need not be provided in negative flexure regions, but

additional connectors shall be placed in the region of the points of permanent load

contraflexure.

n AC =

(1)

(2)

Ar f sr

Zr

nZ r

Vsr

Zr = d2 5.5 d2/2;

Qr = sc Qn

P

Qr

n=

(a)

P = Pp2 + FP2

where

Pp = min . of

Fp = Pp

0.85 f cbs t s

(LRFD Eq. 6.10.10.4.2 - 2)

Lp

R

P = PT2 + FT2

where

PT = Pp + Pn

Pn = min . of

0.45 f cbs t s

(LRFD Eq. 6.10.10.4.2 - 8)

FT = PT

(b)

Ln

R

Shear Resistance, Qn

Qn

= 0.5 Asc

f c Ec Asc Fu

Qn

f c Ec

Since the steel girder has been designed as a composite section,

shear connectors must be provided at the interface between the

concrete deck slab and the steel section to resist the interface shear.

For continuous composite bridges, shear connectors are normally

provided throughout the length of the bridge. In the negative flexure

region, since the longitudinal reinforcement is considered to be a part

of the composite section, shear connectors must be provided.

S6.10.7.4.1

example, stud shear connectors are being used throughout the length

of the bridge. The shear connectors must permit a thorough

compaction of the concrete to ensure that their entire surfaces are in

contact with the concrete. In addition, the shear connectors must be

capable of resisting both horizontal and vertical movement between

the concrete and the steel.

S6.10.7.4.1a

A B C

7/8"

6"

3"

8"

well as the location of the stud head within the concrete deck.

5"

(Typ.)

14"

Flexure Region

A

B

C

Positive

2.875" 3.125" 5.375"

Intermediate

2.25"

3.75"

4.75"

Negative

1.00

5.00

3.50

Table 5-1 Shear Connector Embedment

5-2

It is common to use several stud shear connectors per

transverse row along the top flange of the girder. The

number of shear connectors per transverse row will

depend on the top flange width. Refer to S6.10.7.4.1c

for transverse spacing requirements.

The stud shear connector length is commonly set such

that its head is located near the middle of the deck

slab. Refer to S6.10.7.4.1d for shear connector

embedment requirements.

The ratio of the height to the diameter of a stud shear connector must

not be less than 4.0. For this design example, the ratio is computed

based on the dimensions presented in Figure 5-1, as follows:

S6.10.7.4.1a

Heightstud = 6.0 in

Diameterstud = 0.875 in

Heightstud

Diameterstud

= 6.86

OK

fatigue limit state as specified in S6.10.7.4.2 and S6.10.7.4.3, as

applicable. The resulting number of shear connectors must not be

less than the number required to satisfy the strength limit states as

specified in S6.10.7.4.4.

The pitch, p, of the shear connectors must satisfy the following

equation:

p

n Zr I

Vsr Q

section and are determined using the deck within the effective flange

width.

5-3

S6.10.7.4.1b

n = 3

4

I = 66340.3 in

S6.10.3.1.1b

Q =

( 62.375 in 50.765 in)

8

Q = 1195.8 in

shear range is located at the abutment. The factored value is

computed as follows:

Vsr = 0.75 ( 41.45 K + 5.18 K)

Vsr = 34.97 K

(see live load analysis computer run)

2

Zr = d

5.5 d

2

N = 82125000

S6.10.7.4.2

(see Design Step 3.14 at location

of maximum positive flexure)

= 0.626

d = 0.875 in

5.5 d

2

d = 0.48

Therefore,

p =

n Zr I

Vsr Q

Zr = 2.11 K

p = 10.04 in

5-4

= 2.11

S6.6.1.2.5

n = 3

be determined using the reinforcement within the effective

flange width for negative moment, unless the concrete slab

is considered to be fully effective for negative moment in

computing the longitudinal range of stress, as permitted in

S6.6.1.2.1. For this design example, I and Q are assumed

to be computed considering the concrete slab to be fully

effective.

4

I = 130196.1 in

SC6.10.7.4.1b

Q =

( 64.250 in 46.702 in)

8

Q = 1807.4 in

Vsr = 34.90 K

(see Table 3-1 and live load analysis computer run)

5.5 d

Zr = d

2

2

Zr = 2.11 K

p =

n Zr I

Vsr Q

S6.10.7.4.2

(see previous computation)

p = 13.07 in

fatigue limit state, use the following pitch throughout the entire girder

length:

p = 10 in

5-5

The shear connector pitch does not necessarily have

to be the same throughout the entire length of the

girder. Many girder designs use a variable pitch, and

this can be economically beneficial.

However, for this design example, the required pitch

for fatigue does not vary significantly over the length of

the bridge. Therefore, a constant shear connector

pitch of 10 inches will be used.

In addition, the shear connectors must satisfy the following pitch

requirements:

p 24 in

S6.10.7.4.1b

OK

p 6d

d = 0.875 in

6 d = 5.25 in

OK

transversely across the top flange of the steel section and may be

spaced at regular or variable intervals.

S6.10.7.4.1c

Stud shear connectors must not be closer than 4.0 stud diameters

center-to-center transverse to the longitudinal axis of the supporting

member.

4 d = 3.50 in

Spacingtransverse = 5.0 in

OK

In addition, the clear distance between the edge of the top flange and

the edge of the nearest shear connector must not be less than 1.0

inch.

Distanceclear =

14in

d

(see Figure 5-1)

5in

2

2

Distanceclear = 1.56 in

OK

The clear depth of concrete cover over the tops of the shear

connectors should not be less than 2.0 inches, and shear connectors

should penetrate at least 2.0 inches into the deck. Based on the

shear connector penetration information presented in Table 5-1, both

of these requirements are satisfied.

5-6

S6.10.7.4.1d

For the strength limit state, the factored resistance of the shear

connectors, Qr, is computed as follows:

S6.10.7.4.4

Qr = sc Qn

S6.10.7.4.4a

sc = 0.85

S6.5.4.2

embedded in a concrete slab is computed as follows:

S6.10.7.4.4c

2

Asc =

d

4

Asc = 0.601 in

S5.4.2.1

Ec = 3834 ksi

S5.4.2.4

Fu = 60.0 ksi

S6.4.4

0.601 60.0 = 36.06 K

Therefore,

Qn = 36.06 K

Qr = sc Qn

Therefore,

Qr = 30.65 K

maximum positive moment and each adjacent point of 0.0 moment

or between each adjacent point of 0.0 moment and the centerline of

an interior support must not be less than the following:

n =

S6.10.7.4.4a

Vh

Qr

The total horizontal shear force, Vh, between the point of maximum

positive moment and each adjacent point of 0.0 moment is equal to

the lesser of the following:

Vh = 0.85 f' c b ts

or

Vh = Fyw D tw + Fyt bt tt + Fyc bf tf

5-7

S6.10.7.4.4b

where

b = 103.0 in

ts = 8.0 in

Fyw = 50 ksi

D = 54 in

tw = 0.50 in

Fyt = 50 ksi

bt = 14 in

tt = 0.875 in

Fyc = 50 ksi

bf = 14 in

tf = 0.625 in

S5.4.2.1

STable 6.4.1-1

STable 6.4.1-1

STable 6.4.1-1

Fyw D tw + Fyt bt tt + Fyc bf tf = 2400 K

Therefore,

Vh = 2400 K

section of maximum positive moment and each adjacent point of

0.0 moment must not be less than the following:

n =

Vh

Qr

n = 78.3

The distance between the end of the girder and the location of

maximum positive moment is approximately equal to:

L = 48.0 ft

moment and the point of dead load contraflexure is approximately

equal to:

L = 83.6 ft 48.0 ft

L = 35.6 ft

5-8

S6.10.7.4.4a

limit state, and using the minimum length computed above, the

number of shear connectors provided is as follows:

n = 3

L 12

in

ft

L = 35.6 ft

p = 10 in

n = 128.2

OK

force, Vh, between each adjacent point of 0.0 moment and the

centerline of an interior support is equal to the following:

S6.10.7.4.4b

Vh = Ar Fyr

2

where

Ar = 12.772 in

Fyr = 60 ksi

Vh = Ar Fyr

Vh = 766 K

Therefore, the number of shear connectors provided between each

adjacent point of 0.0 moment and the centerline of an interior

support must not be less than the following:

Vh

n =

Qr

n = 25.0

The distance between the point of dead load contraflexure and the

centerline of the interior support is approximately equal to:

L = 120 ft 83.6 ft

L = 36.4 ft

Using a pitch of 10 inches, as previously computed for the fatigue

limit state, the number of shear connectors provided is as follows:

n = 3

L 12

n = 131.0

in

ft

p = 10 in

OK

5-9

S6.10.7.4.4a

Therefore, using a pitch of 10 inches for each row, with three stud

shear connectors per row, throughout the entire length of the girder

satisfies both the fatigue limit state requirements of S6.10.7.4.1 and

S6.10.7.4.2 and the strength limit state requirements of S6.10.7.4.4.

Therefore, use a shear stud spacing as illustrated in the following

figure.

Symmetrical about CL Pier

144 Spaces @ 10" = 120'-0"

(3 Stud Shear Connectors Per Row)

CL Bearing Abutment

CL Pier

Bearing stiffeners are required to resist the bearing reactions and

other concentrated loads, either in the final state or during

construction.

For plate girders, bearing stiffeners are required to be placed on the

webs at all bearing locations and at all locations supporting

concentrated loads.

Therefore, for this design example, bearing stiffeners are required at

both abutments and at the pier. The following design of the abutment

bearing stiffeners illustrates the bearing stiffener design procedure.

The bearing stiffeners in this design example consist of one plate

welded to each side of the web. The connections to the web will be

designed to transmit the full bearing force due to factored loads and

is presented in Design Step 5.3.

5-10

S6.10.8.2.1

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