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Samir,

	Check out the AASHTO bridge code.  I think it has all of this
information.

				Regards,

				H. Daryl Richardson

Samir Ghosn wrote:
> 
> Fellow engineers,
> I have been asked to check a slab section subjected to HS-20 Loading.  I
> don't have CalTran manual since I don't generally do this type of work.
> Can some one point  me in the right direction as how to distribute the
> wheel loading on  a one foot strip.  The slab will be formed and poured on
> site, no post tension work.  This is only a segment that will support fire
> truck or trash truck.  My assumptions are, since the UBC allows the wheel
> load distribution on a specified area, there could be some thing parallel
> to that.  Thanks in advance.
> Samir y. Ghosn, P.E.
> Harris & Associates
> (800) 827-4900 XT 360
> "sghosn(--nospam--at)harris-assoc.com"
> Fax(949) 655-3995
> 
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