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RE: Cast-in-place Segmental box bridge

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Sorry for the confusion.  The cracks run longitudinally along the bridge and are located in the middle of the top slab of the box.

 

Thanks.


Troy

 

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Subject: Re: Cast-in-place Segmental box bridge

 

Maybe I didn't read closely enough, but are the cracks longitudinal or transverse?  You seemed to say they were longitudinal, but also that they were at midspan,  which seems like they should be transverse.  How are they located with respect to the p-t strands?

Nigel Priestly did a lot of work on temperature effects in bridges - you could look up some of his stuff but I think he is currently retired to New Zealand.

Gail Kelley