345R-91: Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge Deck Construction (Reapproved 2005) - Spanish Language

345R-91: Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge Deck Construction (Reapproved 2005) - Spanish Language
345RS-91 Guía para la construcción de losas de concreto en puentes de carreteras, (reaprobada en 2005), versión en español

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Description

The durabiliy and maintenance costs of concrete highway bridge decks are highly dependent upon the care exercised during the construction phase, including attendant activities during the preconstruction and post-construction periods. Recommendations relative to these periods are presented, covering the areas of design considerations, inspection, pre-construction planning, falsework and formwork, reinforcement, concrete materials and properties, measuring and mixing, placing and consolidation, finishing, curing, postconstruction care, and the use of overlays.

Keywords: admixtures; aggregates; air entrainment; bleeding (concrete); bridge decks; cements;concrete construction; concrete finishing (fresh concrete); concretes; consolidation; cover; cracking (fracturing); curing; drainage; durability; epoxy resins; falsework; formwork (construction); inspection; maintenance; mixing; placing; protective coatings; proportioning;reinforced concrete; reinforcing steels; resurfacing; scaling; shrinkage; skid resistance; spalling; specifications; structural design; surface roughness; texture; vibration; workability.

 

Document Details

Author: Translated by: ICCYC

Publication Year: 2014

ISBN:

Categories: Bridges

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 -- Introduction

1.1 -- General

1.2 -- Roughness

1.3 -- Cracking

1.4 -- Spalling

1.5 -- Scaling

1.6 -- Slipperiness

1.7 -- Summary

Chapter 2 -- Design Considerations

2.1 -- General

2.2 -- Drainage

2.3 -- Deck thinkness

2.4 -- Cover

2.5 -- Arrangement of Reinforcement

2.6 -- Positive protective systems

2.7 -- Skid resistance and surface texture joint-form materials

2.8 -- Joint forming materials

Chapter 3 -- Inspection

3.1 -- General

3.2 -- Inspection personnel

3.3 -- Inspection functions

Chapter 4 -- Preconstruction planning

4.1 -- Construction schedules

4.2 --Coordination of construction and inspection

4.3 -- Review of construction method

4.4 -- Manpower requirements and qualifications

4.5 -- Equipment requirements

4.6 -- Specialty concretes

Chapter 5 -- Falsework and formwork

5.1 -- General considerations

5.2 -- Consideration for type of form

5.3 -- Materials

5.4 -- Removal

5.5 -- Workmanship

Chapter 6 -- Reinforcement

6.1 -- General considerations

6.2 -- Arrangement

6.3 -- Reinforcement support and ties

6.4 -- Cover over steel

6.5 -- Cleanliness

6.6 -- Epoxy-coated reinforcing steel

Chapter 7 -- Concrete materials and properties

7.1 -- General

7.2 -- Materials

7.3 -- Properties of concrete

Chapter 8 -- Measuring and mixing

8.1 -- General

8.2 -- Reference documents

8.3 -- Measuring materials

8.4 -- Charging and mixing

8.5 -- Control of mixing water and delivery

8.6 -- Communication

Chapter 9 -- Placing and consolidating

9.1 -- General considerations

9.2 -- Transportation

9.3 -- Rate of delivery

9.4 -- Placing equipment

9.5 -- Vibration and consolidation

9.6 -- Sequence of placing

9.7 -- Manpower requirements and qualifications

9.8 -- Reinforcement--Special care during placing

9.9 -- Reference documents

Chapter 10 -- Finishing

10.1 -- General

10.2 -- Timing of operations

10.3 -- Manual methods

10.4 -- Finishing aids

10.5 -- Mechanical equipment

10.6 -- Texturing

10.7 -- Correction of defects

Chapter 11 - Curing

11.1 -- General considerations

11.2 -- Curing methods

11.3 -- Time of application

11.4 -- Duration

11.5 -- Related information

Chapter 12 -- Postconstruction care

12.1 -- General

12.2 -- During Continuing Construction

12.3 -- Construction Associated Preventive Maintenance

Chapter 13 -- Overlays

13.1 -- Scope

13.2 -- Need for overlays

13.3 -- Required properties of overlays

13.4 -- Types of overlays

13.5 -- Design considerations

13.6 -- Construction considerations

13.7 -- Other considerations

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