PDF | This paper presents a synthesis of the design provisions of the second edition of the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code (CHBDC) for fibre- reinforced. Abstract: This paper presents a synthesis of the design provisions of the second edition of the Canadian Highway. Bridge Design Code (CHBDC) for. The 11th edition of CSA S6 Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code applies to the design, evaluation and structural rehabilitation design of fixed & movable.
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S Canadian Highway Bridge. Design Code. Reprinted April This reprint is being issued to incorporate. Update No. 1 into the original Code. print this document if it is in PDF format. Limited copies . Technical Committee on the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code (CSA S6S) xxxii. Technical. Canadian Standards Association. Supplement No. 1 to CAN/CSA-S,. Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code. May Technical Committee on the .
Journal Tools Instructions to authors Get an email alert for the latest issue Check out the journal's featured content Follow the Journal Subscribe Now or click here for more information. You can download and open this file to your own computer but DRM prevents opening this file on another computer, including a networked server. Standards Subscriptions from ANSI provides a money-saving, multi-user solution for accessing standards. Load combination including dead load, live load, dynamic load, wind, and earthquake is modeled using Turkstra's rule. CSP Blog.
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The dynamic load is modeled on the basis of simulations. The results of calculations indicate that dynamic load depends not only on the span but also on road surface roughness and vehicle dynamics.
Load combination including dead load, live load, dynamic load, wind, and earthquake is modeled using Turkstra's rule. The maximum effect is determined as a sum of the extreme value of one load component plus the average values of other simultaneous load components.
The developed load models can be used in the calculation of load and resistance factors for the design and evaluation code. Key words: Gordon A. Bathurst , D. Canadian Geotechnical Journal , , 53 2: Lianyang Zhang , Jin-Jian Chen. Canadian Geotechnical Journal , , 49 4: Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering , , 32 1: Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering , , 29 5: Advanced Search.
This Code applies to the design, evaluation, and structural rehabilitation design of fixed and movable highway bridges in Canada. There is no limit on span length, but this Code does not necessarily cover all aspects of design for every type of long-span bridge. This Code also covers the design of pedestrian bridges, retaining walls, barriers, and highway accessory supports of a structural nature, e.
This Code is not intended to apply to public utility structures or to bridges used solely for railway or rail transit purposes.
This Code also does not specify requirements related to coastal effects e. For structures that can be subject to such effects, specialists need to be retained to review and advise on the design and to ensure that the applicable requirements of other codes are met.
For bridges not entirely within the scope of this Code, the requirements of this Code apply only when appropriate. Necessary additional or alternative design criteria are subject to Approval.
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