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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bridges, Wooden -- Design and construction.,
  • Bridges -- Design and construction.,
  • Bridge railings.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMichael A. Ritter ... [et al.].
SeriesGeneral technical report FPL -- GTR-87., General technical report FPL -- 87.
ContributionsRitter, Michael A., Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15558885M

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Plans for Crash-Tested Wood Bridge Railings for Concrete Decks Paperback – January 1, by No Author (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, Author: No Author. The project objective was to develop and crash test bridge railings and approach railing transitions for longitudinal wood bridge decks. The bridge railings were completed in accordance with AASHTO Performance Level 1, Performance Level 2, and NCHRP Report Test Level 4 (TL-4). Approach railings were tested or adapted from previous testing in Cited by: Plans for Crash-Tested Bridge Railings for Longitudinal Wood Decks on Low-Volume Roads Michael A. Ritter, Research Engineer 1 Ronald K. Faller, Research Engineer 2. Plans for Crash-Tested Wood Bridge Railings for Longitudinal Wood Decks (PDF) Plans for Crash-Tested Bridge Railings for Longitudinal Wood Decks on Low-Volume Roads (PDF) TRR — Two Test Level 4 Bridge Railing and Transition Systems for Transverse Timber Deck Bridges (PDF).

Plans for Timber Bridge Superstructures, and Plans for Crash-Tested Bridge Railings for Longitudinal Wood Decks. Copies of these plans are available through the USDA Forest Service. Keywords: Timber, bridge, design, railing, standard plans, superstructures, wood. Introduction As the 21st century approaches, a large number of. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, DC The plans for crashworthy bridge railings for low-volume roads were developed through a cooperative research program involving the USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory (FPL); the Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (MwRSF); and the Forest Service, National Forest System, by: 5. Forest Products Laboratory. developed and tested two bridge railings for use on longitudinal timber bridge decks: (a) a steel railing system (TBC) and (b) a glulam timber railing .

BibTeX @MISC{States98plansfor, author = {United States and Forest Service and Michael A. Ritter and Ronald K. Faller and Steve Bunnell and Paula D. Hilbrich Lee and Barry T. Rosson Abstract}, title = {Plans for Crash-Tested Bridge Railings for Longitudinal Wood Decks on Low-Volume Roads}, year = {}}. As of August , 25 bridge railings had been suc­ cessfully crash tested in accordance with the require­ ments of the AASHTO Guide Specifications and ap­ proved for use on federal-aid projects by FHWA (6). Of these railings, 24 are for concrete bridge decks and 1 is for a wood Size: 3MB. EQUIVALENT TEST LEVELS FOR CRASH-TESTED BRIDGE RAILINGS - PART 1 NCHRP SL-1 Thrie beam, wood posts TL-2 NCHRP SL-1 Thrie beam, steel posts TL-2 Texas Type 6 (tubular w-beam) TL-2 Aluminum Tru-beam (modified AASHTO BR5) TL-2 AASHTO BR2 (California Type 9) TL-2 Ohio Box Beam Rail (w-beam backed with box File Size: 28KB. Live load distribution on longitudinal glued-laminated timber deck bridges: final report: conclusions and Plans for crash-tested bridge railings for longitudinal wood decks on low-volume roads Plans for crash-tested wood bridge railings for concrete decks. Ritter, Michael A.; Duwadi, Sheila Rimal; Lee, Paula D. Hilbrich.