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For pre-stressed concrete bridges the PCI Bridge Design Handbook might
be useful.
http://www.pci.org/publications/bridge/

One of the problems with text books is that the AASHTO specifications
changed recently quite a bit with the switch from LFD design to LRFD
design. So lot's of "AASHTO textbooks" are outdated.
So even though the statics stay the same lot's of loads, loadfactors and
capacity checks changed.

Oliver Mueller P.E.
Bridge Engineer
Parsons, Denver

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