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Click Here to join Eng-Tips and talk with other members! This research builds on a previous Transfund NZ project: It provides useful design information for box girder superstructures that is not presented elsewhere in New Zealand design standards. Adoption of AS In some cases ae factors include allowance for the design life of the structure ie whether permanent or 1500.2 which is usually taken into account in the load factors assigned to the design loading.
At the present time AS references appendix J of ASbut it is thought that AS is not referred to for anything else, ad so it would be better for AS to incorporate appendix J avoiding the need to refer to ASa standard generally not used in New Zealand Appendix L: Formal correction of the code by issue of amendments by the controlling authority, Standards Australia, 5100.
to be a slow process. The use of cracked sections to model member rigidity should also be incorporated. Supplementary documentation is also recommended to incorporate the Bridge manual approach to consideration of settlement, and its requirement to consider dynamic and earthquake actions on earth retaining structures. They are not very extensive and consideration may be warranted as to whether they are sufficiently comprehensive. 51000.2
For post and rail 51002., the Bridge manual does not present comparable requirements for vehicle contact surface or for the setback of posts from the face of the rail. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. These differences are discussed in the review of AS Strength of 51100.2 web panels under combined actions Appendix B of AS Soil nailed walls are not to be used to support bridge abutments unless it can be shown that the deformations associated with mobilisation of soil nail capacities or earthquake can be tolerated by the bridge structure.
Coverage is given in section 10 to the following: If harmonisation of bridge design ae is to be achieved, agreement on this approach is required before any other paths for harmonisation are followed. For the SLS the number of load combinations to be considered precludes the use of manual methods and would require the use of a computerised process.
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Earth 51100.2 The AS Erection Appendix H of AS A detailed review is required. Road traffic barriers AS Design loads bounds are to be considered through applying a load factor of 1.
Matters for resolution before design commences The adoption of AS Foundations and soil supporting structures In the ws of foundation settlements, AS Load Limit state Ultimate Serviceability Pedestrian loads 1. The most significant difference between this section and NZS that would need to be addressed is the selection of the best location within the adopted standard for clauses on seismic analysis and deflection.
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Assessment of load capacity Section 5 of AS This formulation is assessed to result in load combinations, assuming no more than two additional transient or thermal effects are considered. Requirements are ad specified for considering the 5010.2 of lift and buoyancy on the substructure, for bleed holes to be provided to allow the escape of air trapped beneath the superstructure, and for the drainage of internal cells of the superstructure.
If AS were to be adopted, this material should be incorporated by the preparation of xs supplementary document and the earthquake resistant design provisions of the Bridge manual would need to replace the earthquake load provisions presented in AS There is no rational reason for such a differentiation.
Coverage is given within section 14 to: However, they are not very extensive and it would be necessary to consider whether they are sufficiently comprehensive. For concrete bridges these temperatures provide a maximum range of 46o, but give a more typical range of about 40o.
Definitions Section 4 of AS No equivalent provision is made by the Bridge manual. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Adoption of a part of AS Dynamic behaviour For road bridges, AS Maximum permitted shear strains, not previously specified, are proposed for both normal service conditions and under response to earthquakes. The provisions apply to axially and transversely loaded piles installed by driving, jacking, screwing or boring, with or without grouting.