343R-95: Analysis & Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Structures (Repproved 2004)

343R-95: Analysis & Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Structures (Repproved 2004)

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These recommendations, reported by the joint ACI-ASCE Committee 343 on Concrete Bridge Design, provide currently acceptable guidelinesfor the analysis and design of reinforced, prestressed, and partially prestressed concrete bridges based on the state of the art at the rime of writing the report. The provisions recommended herein apply to pedest rian bridges, highway bridges, railroad bridges, airport taxiway bridges, and other special bridge structures. Recommendations for Transit Guideways are given in ACI 358R.

The subjects covered in these recommendations are: common terms; general considerations; materials; construction: loads and load combinations; preliminary design: ultimate load analysis and strength design; service load analysis and design: prestressed concrete; superstructure systems and elements; substructure systems and elements; precast concrete: and details of reinforcement.

The quality and testing of materials used in construction are covered by reference to the appropriate AASHTO and ASTM standard specifications. Welding of reinforcement is covered by reference to the appropriate AWS standard.

Keywords: admixtures; aggregates; anchorage (structural); beam-column frame; beams (supports); bridges (structures); cements; cold weather construction; columns (supports); combined stress; composite construction (concrete and steel); composite construction (concrete to concrete); compressive strength; concrete construction; concretes; concrete slabs;construction joints; construction materials; continuity (structural); cover; curing; deep beams; deflection; earthquake-resistant structures; flexural strength; footings; formwork (construction); frames; hot weather construction; inspection; lightweight concretes; loads (forces); mixing; mixture proportioning; modulus of elasticity; moments; placing; precast concrete; prestressed concrete; prestressing steels; quality control; reinforced concrete; reinforcing steels; serviceability; shear strength; spans; specifications; splicing; strength; structural analysis; structural design; T-beams; torsion; ultimate strength method; water; welded-wire fabric.

 

Document Details

Author: ACI Committee 341

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 158.00

ISBN: 9780870311239

Categories: Bridges

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 -- Definitions, Notation and Organizations

1.1 -- Introduction

1.2 -- Definitions

1.3 -- Notation

1.4 -- Referenced Organizations

Chapter 2 -- Requirements for Bridges

2.1 -- Introduction

2.2 -- Functional Considerations

2.3 -- Esthetic Considerations

2.4 -- Economic Considerations

2.5 -- Bridge Types

2.6 -- Construction and Erection Considerations

2.7 -- Legal Considerations

Chapter 3 -- Materials

3.1 -- Introduction

3.2 -- Materials

3.3 -- Properties

3.4 -- Standard Specifications and Practices

Chapter 4 -- Construction Considerations

4.1 -- Introduction

4.2 -- Restrictions

4.3 -- Goals

4.4 -- Planning

4.5 -- Site Characteristics

4.6 -- Environmental restrictions

4.7 -- Maintenance of Traffic

4.8 -- Project Needs

4.9 -- Design of Details

4.10 -- Selection of Structure Type

4.11 -- Construction Problems

4.12 -- Alternate designs

4.13 -- Conclusions

Chapter 5 -- Loads and load combinations

5.1 -- Introduction

5.2 -- Dead Loads

5.3 -- Construction, Handling and Erection Loads

5.4 -- Deformation Effects

5.5 -- Environmental Loads

5.6 -- Pedestrian Bridge Live Loads

5.7 -- Highway Bridge Live Loads

5.8 -- Railroad Bridge Live Loads

5.9 -- Rail Transit Bridge Live Loads

5.10 -- Airport Runway Bridge Loads

5.11 -- Pipeline and Conveyor Bridge Loads

5.12 -- Load Combinations

Chapter 6 -- Preliminary Design

6.1 -- Introduction

6.2 -- Factors to be Considered

6.3 -- High priority items

6.4 -- Structure Types

6.5 -- Superstructure initial section proportioning

6.6 -- Abutments

6.7 -- Piers and bents

6.8 -- Appurtenances and details

6.9 -- Finishes

Chapter 7 -- Strength Design

7.1 -- Introduction

7.2 -- Considerations for Analysis, Design, and Review

7.3 -- Strength Requirements

Chapter 8 -- Service Load Analysis and Design

8.1 -- Basic Assumptions

8.2 -- Serviceability Requirements

8.3 -- Fatigue of Materials

8.4 -- Distribution of Reinforcement in Flexural Members

8.5 -- Control of Deflections

8.6 -- Permissible Stresses for Prestressed Flexural Members

8.7 -- Service Load Design

8.8 -- Thermal Effects

Chapter 9 -- Prestressed Concrete

9.1 -- Introduction

9.2 -- General Design Considerations

9.3 -- Basic Assumptions

9.4 -- Flexure, Shear

9.5 -- Permissinble Stresses

9.6 -- Prestress Loss

9.7 -- Combined Tension and Bending

9.8 -- Combined Compression and Bending

9.9 -- Combination of Prestressed and Non-Prestressed Reinforcement -- Partial Prestressing

9.10 -- Composite Structures

9.11 -- Crack Control

9.12 -- Reptitive Loads

9.13 -- End Regions and Laminar Cracking

9.14 -- Continuity

9.15 -- Torsion

9.16 -- Cover and Spacing of Prestressing Steel

9.17 -- Unbonded Tendons

9.18 -- Embedment of Pretensioning strands

9.19 -- Concrete

9.20 -- Joints and Bearings for Precast Members

9.21 -- Curved box girders

Chapter 10 -- Superstructure Systems and Elements

10.1 -- Introduction

10.2 -- Superstructure Structural Types

10.3 -- Methods of Superstrcture Analysis

10.4 -- Design of Deck Slabs

10.5 -- Distribution of Loads to Beams

10.6 -- Skew Bridges

Chapter 11 -- Substructure Systems and Elements

11.1 -- Introduction

11.2 -- Bearings

11.3 -- Foundations

11.4 -- Hydraulic Requirements

11.5 -- Abutments

11.6 -- Piers

11.7 -- Pier Protection

Chapter 12 -- Precast Concrete

12.1 -- Introduction

12.2 -- Precast concrete superstructure elements

12.3 -- Segmental construction

12.4 -- Precast concrete substructures

12.5 -- Design

12.6 -- Construction

Chapter 13 -- Details of Reinforcement for Design and Construction

13.1 -- General

13.2 -- Development and Splices of Reinforcement

13.3 -- Lateral Reinforcement for Compression Members

13.4 -- Lateral Reinforcement for Flexural Members

13.5 -- Shrinkage and Temperature Reinforcement

13.6 -- Standard Hooks and Minimum Bend Diameters

13.7 -- Spacing of Reinforcement

13.8 -- Concrete Protection for Reinforcement

13.9 -- Fabrication

13.10 -- Surface Conditions of Reinforcement

13.11 -- Placing Reinforcement

13.12 -- Special Details for Columns

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