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Multicellular decks

Section properties of grillage members

**5.5 SECTION PROPERTIES OF GRILLAGE MEMBERS
**

This section summarizes the findings of the preceding section and

demonstrates calculated examples of grillage section properties for

three different decks. The notation for the dimensions of the cells, slabs

and webs is defined in Fig. 5.14(a).

**Fig. 5.20 Grillage for
**

three span twin-cell

concrete box-girder

deck: (a) deck section;

(b) grillage section;

(c) deck longitudinal

section; and (d) grillage

mesh.

**5.5.1 Grillage for three-span twin-cell box-girder deck
**

Figure 5.20 gives details of a three-span twin-cell box-girder with

supports at 21° skew. The grillage mesh is chosen with three 'structural'

longitudinal members 2, 3 and 4 coincident with the webs. Two

'nominal' members 1 and 5 are located along the edges of the

cantilevers. Transverse members representing the top and bottom slabs

are orthogonal to the longitudinal members. Along the spans their

spacing is approximately one quarter of the distance between points of

contraflexure, but over the intermediate supports the spacing is shorter

to give greater detail near peaks in the bending moment diagrams. At

**the ends the skew members represent the slabs and the diaphragm,
**

while at the internal supports the skew member represents just the solid

diaphragm without flanges.

The 'structural' longitudinal members 2, 3 and 4 have the moments of

inertia of the 'I-beams' obtained by cutting the deck as in Fig. 5.20(b) so

that the centroid of each 'I-beam' is on the principal axis of the deck. In

this case each beam includes one third of the top slab and one third of

the bottom slab. The moment of inertia of each is one third of the total

moment of inertia of the deck

54

= 0.51 m 4 •

3

!2 = /3 = !4 = 1.

**The above calculation has ignored the reduction of effective flange
**

widths of the sections due to shear lag. This is significant in this deck,

particularly near the intermediate supports, and a simple correction

described in Section 8.2 is strictly necessary.

The torsion constant per unit width is given by equation (5.5)

2h 2 d' d"

. .

c= ( d' + d") per umt Width

c = 2

12·2

0·20

3·29

X

2

1.325 X 0.2 X 0.15 = 0. 30m4m-1.

(0.2 + 0.15)

**The widths of cell in members 2, 3 and 4 are 3.29/2, 3.29 and 3.29/2,
**

respectively. Hence their torsion constants are

3_

i·

.,.. 3·29

1

•

(a)

(b)

2

•

3

4

•

5

• •

3.29

C2 = C4 = - 2

X

0.30 = 0.49 m

4

(c)

I

b

I

42·5

c

I

\.-----r--~I +---t----1

I t---tt-t-----1

~ -t--+-1I +------r--1I -t------H+I~ -+----+-1I ~1I \

I

(d)

b

c

a

X

4

0.30 = 0.99 m .

x 1.325 = 0.56 m 2.

**Near each support the bottom slab of the deck is thickened. In these
**

regions, the properties of each grillage member are calculated in the

same manner as above for the section midway along its length.

The 'nominal' edge members have the section properties of half the

cantilever

30

a

I

C3 = 3.29

**The shear areas of members 2, 3 and 4 are equal to the areas of the webs:
**

As2 = As3 = As4 = 0.42

30

123

It =Is~ bd'3

12

5

32

,

Ct = Cs = bd'3

6

As 1 = Ass = bd' =

=

2.81

2

X

0.23

12

=

2.81

2

X

0.23 = 0.0019 m4

6

2 81

·

2

X

0.2

=

0.00094m4

(b) grillage section.2 + d" 3 ) d!l E ./ .2 + 0. For derivation of the torsion constant see Section 2.29 ]23 3 3 3 . However. Fig.5.124 Multicellular decks Section properties of grillage members the deck.22 gives details of part of a multispan four-cell deck with inclined edge webs and haunches at the supports. etc. are virtually coincident with the principal axis of the deck. = 0.? / rl" / + I / v . The centroids of internal 'structural' members 3.v '( + 16 '( v v / / / / v / v / v . and (c) grillage mesh.325 x 0.5 X 1.0024m m.5 x 1.5 m wide) have the properties of the solid section. its grillage moment of inertia is calculated about the principal axis of the deck.15 = 0. 4. . The section properties of the grillage members are derived as in the preceding example except that it is inconvenient to split the deck up into beams with individual centroids precisely on the principal axis of / 3. 15 m4m-1 (0.325 1 = 0. 59 m4 10(1.29m4 12 3 3 C = 3 X 1.15 ) 1. hence the deck is notionally cut as in (a) into five 'structural' members with inertias calculated about the principal axis of the deck. ~ + i. : ·: d+to:: + 3 3 H 3 2 The skew members representing the internal diaphragm (here 1. ~ / ~ v r 40 .2 x 0. / / / 4 5.0 m . .12 = d3 per umt 12 c12 as12 d3 .325 = 0.4).3252) 2 As = 1. Transverse members on the cantilever have the properties of the top slab .15 3) [ 3. . (b) (a) I= 1.15) 125 From equation (5. 5.1 12 0 ·23 = 0 00134m4 m.00067m4 m.5. like the other members.2 + 0.15 = 0. F [ d!l + (d' 3 + d" 3) h] G perumtwtdth 3 + 0.v r 1.42 X 3. There are no 'nominal' edge members in order to permit economy in the size of the grillage.5) and (5./1 16 (c) 4 / .325 = 2.4) 2 2h d' d" . h d' d" 123 = (d' .8): 2 .29 2 2 3 0. 'd h = '6 perumtw1 t = 5.3253 = 0.. / / .3 Grillage for cellular deck with inclined webs Figure 5. the deck is notionally cut midway between webs as shown in (b). It is impracticable to split up the deck into longitudinal members with centroids on the principal axis of the deck. (5. Consequently.21 Grillage for three-span high-skew multicell concrete deck: (a) part deck section.1 6 .5) d per unit width 0 ·23 = 0. sensible results are obtained if equation (5.29 + (0.6) is used with h equal to the average height of the cell. 1 Fromequation(5. w1'dt h 1. Edge 'structural' member 2 has its centroid at a higher level but.2. + d") perumtwtdth 2 1.21 gives details of a three-span multicellular deck at high skew angle.4. 0. There is no clear-cut equivalence of grillage torsion stiffness for the non-rectangular cells.2m 2m.30m m- (d' 3 as23 = = (0.42 X 3.52 + 1.1. The transverse members representing cells have section properties given by equations (5.5 X 1.2 Grillage for wide multicellular deck Figure 5. + d") perumtwtdth C23 = (d' 4 = 2X0.

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