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  • HIGHWAY BRIDGE DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS AASHTO LRFD,AASHTO STANDARD, IRC & WPHCB
  • AASHTO STD SPECS FOR HIGHWAY BRIDGES-1996
  • OUTLINE DIVISIONS SECTIONS PART A etc
  • Division 1- Design Section 1: General provisions Section 2: General feature of design Section 3: Loads Part A: Types of loads Part B: Combination of loads Part C: Distribution of loads Section 4: Foundations Part A: General reqs and materials Part B: Svc load design method (ASD) Part C: Str Design Method (LFD)
  • Division 1- Design……Cont Section 5: Retaining Walls Part A: General reqs and materials Part B: Svc load design method (ASD) Part C: Str Design Method (LFD) Section 6: Culverts Section 7: Substructures Part A: General reqs and materials Part B: Svc load design method (ASD) Part C: Str Design Method (LFD) Section 8: Reinforced Concrete Part A: General reqs and materials Part B: Analysis Part C: Design Part D: Reinforcement
  • Division 1- Design……Cont Section 9: Prestressed Concrete Part A: General reqs and materials Part B: Analysis Part C: Design Part D: Detailing Section 10: Structural Steel Section 11: Aluminum Design Section 12: Soil- Corrugated Metal Structure interaction systems Section 13: Wood Structures Section 14: Elastomeric Bearings
  • PREPARE COMPARISON OF TYPES OF LOADS, LOAD FACTORS AND LOAD COMBINATIONS