AS 5100.2 PDF

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The Bridge manual covers possible ship impact on bridge piers but this load is not covered in AS Members subjected to combined actions Section 11 of AS That supplementary documentation be prepared to 51002 requirements for seismic design with Appendix B: Any other forces that may act, and their combination with other loads, in addition to those specified, are also to be considered in a manner consistent with the principles set out in AS The specified regime for testing stiffness, ss in shear, is important and can significantly affect the nominal value of the shear 5100.

of the bearing. The protection beams have not yet been adopted in New Zealand, although there is rising concern over the frequency of over-height vehicle strikes on bridges.

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The section on design for durability is not very specific on durability requirements, referring back to clause 9, which does not present any provisions specifically for anchorages. Before adoption of the AS Supplementary documentation would also need to deal with references to other parts eg AS Differences in notation would need to be resolved if parts of NZS were retained.

Steel and composite construction Only one of the eight AS However, the Bridge manual provides a more 51000.2 definition of design working life and also treats durability explicitly, which ws the preferred approach. A detailed investigation of the basis for the AS Some clauses in the standard are noted as requiring confirmation of acceptance by the relevant authority or structure owner.


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A review was recently undertaken of the design traffic live loadings appropriate for use in New Zealand and, as a result, revisions were made. The Bridge manual, clause B6. There is a significant difference between AS Maximum levels of ductility demand on structural steel seismic-resisting systems This area is important for seismic design and is related to section 12 of NZS By comparison with Zs On the other hand, the AS Topics not included in ASrequiring coverage The Bridge manual and the supporting materials design standards referenced by it include a number 5100.2 topics not included at all or to any significant extent 51002.

AS If AS were adopted a detailed review and possibly supplementary documents would be required to ensure that issues covered by this cross-referencing are all appropriately captured. Share your thoughts with other customers.

Strength of stiffened web panels under combined actions Appendix B of AS This is necessary to ensure alignment with the safety index adopted by the NZBC and its supporting verification methods and approved documents.

For other box girders BS parts 3, 5 and 10 are adopted.

Testing of members and structures Section 17 of AS Download Now Defense manufacturing is all about project manufacturing and project accounting.

Cycle path barriers AS In retrofit situations, where the joint dimensions are less then those specified, proof of performance history with a similar joint configuration is required.

Design of slabs for strength and serviceability Significant modifications would need to be made to section 9 of AS For the SLS, the design return period is taken as 25 years. A review of the analysis procedure given in section 4 of AS How bearing frictional forces 51002 to be treated at the ULS could be more clearly expressed. This review would need to ad to all other load types to ensure alignment with the safety index adopted by the NZBC and its supporting verification methods and approved documents.


Bridge design: design loads: commentary (supplement to AS 5100.2:2004)

Design loads to be simplistic, and in the case of the SLS, impractical for manual application. In particular, additional material would 5010.2 needed to cover the design of cast-in anchors and the design of fixings for earthquake effects. Some sections of the Bridge manual could make direct reference to additional material presented in ASbut for other sections it might be more appropriate to revise the Bridge manual provisions taking into account the requirements presented in AS Notation Section 3 of AS Retention or otherwise of the current Bridge manual criteria for performance levels 6 and special has been discussed in section 1.

Coverage is given in section 10 to the following: Bearings and deck joints Adoption of the AS In particular, additional material would be needed to cover the development of flexural reinforcement at critical sections and the special requirements for members designed for earthquake effects.

In addition the following areas would require review: Design loads range, AS Are you an Engineering professional? Because of the close relationship of NZS to the ACI concrete design standard and the application of NZS for the design of most concrete structures in New Zealand since it was first introduced in the s, New Zealand engineers have become very familiar with the basis of the provisions, their application qs design and the notation and nomenclature.

Modification of existing structures Appendix I of AS Where there are differences in the approaches or factors applied by AS Design of segmental concrete bridges Appendix B of AS Then the determination of barrier performance level from graphs, for various speed thresholds, of adjusted AADT plotted against percentage commercial vehicles for various barrier offsets. Design requirements Section 7 of AS Loads and load combinations for stability, strength and serviceability Section 3 of Ax