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Simplified full-depth precast concrete deck panel systems

Author: Sameh S BadieGeorge MorcousMaher K TadrosNational Cooperative Highway Research Program,National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (U.S.). Transportation Research Board,All authors
Publisher: Washington, DC : Transportation Research Board, 2018. ©2018
Series: NCHRP research report, 895.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Publication:NCHRP research report, no:895
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"This report presents new simplified connections between full-depth precast concrete deck panels and beams. These new connections are simplified with regard to constructability, inspection during construction, reducing the impact of construction on traffic, and future deck replacement and are based on comprehensive analytical and testing programs. The new system utilizes clustered shear connectors spaced up to 6 ft  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Badie, Sameh S.
Simplified full-depth precast concrete deck panel systems.
Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2018
(OCoLC)1080308698
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sameh S Badie; George Morcous; Maher K Tadros; National Cooperative Highway Research Program,; National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (U.S.). Transportation Research Board,; American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials,; United States. Federal Highway Administration,
ISBN: 9780309479967 0309479967
OCLC Number: 1076574691
Notes: At head of title: National Cooperative Highway Research Program.
Description: 148 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Summary - Chapter 1 Background - 1.1 General - 1.2 Literature Review - 1.2.1 Variable-Depth Precast Deck Panel Systems - 1.2.2 Slab-Girder Systems Made with Discrete Joints - 1.2.3 Shear Connector Spacing and Capacity - Chapter 2 Research Goals and Approach - 2.1 Introduction - 2.2 Precast Deck Panel System with Longitudinal Post-Tensioning - 2.3 Precast Deck Panel System with Conventional Longitudinal Reinforcement - Chapter 3 Research Findings - 3.1 Analytical Program - 3.1.1 Objectives of the Analytical Program - 3.1.2 Design Requirement 1: Flexural Design of Deck - 3.1.3 Design Requirement 2: Two-Way Shear at the Discrete Joints - 3.1.4 Design Requirement 3: Two-Way Shear at Wheel Loads for Variable-Thickness Ribbed Slab - 3.1.5 Design Requirement 4: Bearing Stresses - 3.1.6 Analytical Model Used to Investigate Design Requirements 5 to 9 - 3.1.7 Design Requirement 5: One-Way Shear in the Slab - 3.1.8 Design Requirement 6: Flexural Stresses of Composite Member - 3.1.9 Design Requirement 7: Deflection of Composite Member - 3.1.10 Design Requirement 8: Interface Shear - 3.1.11 Design Requirement 9: Vertical Shear of Composite Beam - 3.1.12 Design Requirement 10: Distribution Factors - 3.1.13 Flexural Strength - 3.1.14 Top Flange Buckling - 3.1.15 Finite Element Analysis of Push-Off Specimens - 3.1.16 Effect of Simplification of Deck Post-Tensioning - 3.1.17 Summary and Conclusions - 3.2 Experimental Program - 3.2.1 Introduction to the Experimental Program - 3.2.2 Investigation of Precast Deck System with Concrete Girders 74 3.2.3 Investigation of Precast Deck System with Steel Girders - 3.3 Design Examples - 3.3.1 Design of the Precast Deck Slab System - 3.3.2 Longitudinal Design of Deck-Girder System for Concrete Girders - 3.3.3 Longitudinal Design of Deck-Girder System with Steel Girders - 3.4 Design Guidelines - 3.4.1 Precast Deck - 3.4.2 Haunch (Build-Up) Between Girders and Panels - 3.4.3 Concrete Girder-to-Deck Joint - 3.4.4 Steel Girder-to-Deck Joint - 3.4.5 Concrete Girder Design - 3.4.6 Steel Girder Design - 3.5 Proposed Changes to AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications - 3.5.1 Item 1: Create a New Section - 2.5.2.6.4 - 3.5.2 Item 2: Add New Reference to Section 2.8 - 3.5.3 Item 3: Modify Section 5.7.4 - 3.5.4 Item 4: Add New Reference to Section 5.15 - 3.5.5 Item 5: Modify Section 6.10.10.1.2 - 3.5.6 Item 6: Modify Section 6.10.10.4.3 - 3.5.7 Item 7: Add New Reference to Section 6.17 - 3.5.8 Item 8: Add New Paragraphs to Section 9.7.5.3 - 3.5.9 Item 9: Add New Reference to Section 9.10 - 3.6 Economical Impact of Proposed Guidelines and Specifications - Chapter 4 Conclusions and Recommendations for Future Research - 4.1 Conclusions - 4.2 Recommendations for Future Research - Bibliography - Appendices A-C
Series Title: NCHRP research report, 895.
Responsibility: Sameh S. Badie, George Morcous, Maher K. Tadros.
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Abstract:

"This report presents new simplified connections between full-depth precast concrete deck panels and beams. These new connections are simplified with regard to constructability, inspection during construction, reducing the impact of construction on traffic, and future deck replacement and are based on comprehensive analytical and testing programs. The new system utilizes clustered shear connectors spaced up to 6 ft and connected to the deck system using ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC). In addition, the new system utilizes discrete joint connections (i.e., noncontinuous haunch) to eliminate blind grouting. The report also presents proposed revisions to the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications."

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