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An approximate allocation of design time needed is as follows: 25 percent 15 percent 15 percent 10 percent 20 percent 10 percent 5 percent ___________ 100 percent AASHTO Codes consist of important subjects covering bridge design speci cations, sign support structures, and design speci cations for curved girder bridges
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Responses to contractor s queries prior to selection Bid approval Construction coordination, eld meetings Answering request for information (RFI) Design change notices (DCN) As-built drawings preparation
MAINTENANCE OF A SUPERSTRUCTURE
Maintenance versus Replacement
1 The superstructure is subjected to greater wear and tear from traf c while the substructure is less affected As a result, substructures are not replaced as often as superstructures Hence, the life cycle costs and rehabilitation efforts are greater for the superstructure components 2 Replacement of superstructure components is more frequent than for the substructure This is discussed in detail in a later chapter Replacement can apply to a component or to the entire superstructure: Parapet replacement Deck overlay replacement Deck joint replacement Deck and parapet replacement Deck, parapet, and girder replacement Deck drainage replacement Bearing replacement Entire superstructure replacement 3 Maintenance applies to: Existing concrete deck repairs Deck protective systems Deck drainage Bearings retro t Concrete structure repairs Steel girders rehabilitation
142 Parapets and Railing Designs for Crashworthiness
A wide variety of railing styles can be seen on bridges throughout the US Railing not meeting current standards requires upgrading, and upgrading of non-crash tested railing is necessary Parapet repair or replacement using New Jersey Barrier (Figure 13) is also required The following details are required: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Details showing removal of existing concrete Dimensions for placement of new concrete Treatment of the parapet at expansion joints Parapet transition details Typical sections with reinforcing steel Joint spacing Limits for purpose of measurement and payment Pay item of the work to be included with each item
OVERVIEW OF BRIDGE ENGINEERING
1'-7 1/2" 9" 1 1/2"
#5 BARS
6-#4 BARS IN BARRIER
#5 BARS AT X
NEW JERSEY TYPE CONCRETE PARAPET
Figure 13 Crash tested barriers require regular maintenance
MAINTENANCE/REPLACEMENT OF THE SUBSTRUCTURE
Common Bearing Types
1 2 3 4
Rocker and roller bearings Elastomeric pad Multi-rotational Isolation bearing New bearings are preferred over trying to repair existing bearings Elastomeric pad bearings involve the least maintenance If one bearing is defective, replacing the entire row may be considered due to uniform performance Use of a single row of bearings for continuity is the modern trend The provision of vertical curves increases vertical clearance and allows navigation The following types of bearings are seen on US bridges: Type 1 Steel roller Steel rocker
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Type 2 Steel sliding on phosphor bronze Steel sliding on steel Steel sliding on lubrite Type 3 Pot bearing with PTFE (ExTe on) Type 4 Multi-rotational (pot bearing) guided Multi-rotational (pot bearing) unguided Multi-rotational (disc bearing) guided Multi-rotational (disc bearing) unguided Type 5 Elastomeric with PTFE (Ex Te on) Elastomeric, fabric type with PTFE (Ex Te on) Elastomeric, steel laminated Elastomeric, fabric laminated Elastomeric, steel laminated w/Ext load plate Elastomeric, steel laminated w/lead core Elastomeric, laminated with PTFE (Ex Te on)
152 Substructure Replacement
In the past, there has often been an over design by using gravity and massive wall type abutments, piers, and their foundations This had an in-built advantage in that when it came to replacement, only the superstructure was replaced It is an unusual situation if the substructure needs to be replaced while the superstructure is in satisfactory condition In some cases, superstructures can be lifted off the bearings and reused In most cases, the entire bridge is replaced, except when using the roll in-roll out technique which can preserve the superstructure
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