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In particular, guidance is provided for engineers and technicians engaged in the preparation and development of details for highway and. Thus the guide concentrates on the detailing issues that follow conceptual and analytical design.
The scope is further limited to spans up to 60 m and, in the case of steelwork details, to steel. Explanatory notes emphasising the principles and issues involved are.
However, the guide is intended as a live document and will be revised and extended as a result of feedback by the industry. A formal feedback procedure is included.. In cases where. Health and safety Construction activities, particularly on bridge construction sites, have significant health and safety implications. These can be the result of the activities themselves, or can arise from the nature of the materials and chemicals used in construction.
The report does not endeavour to give comprehensive coverage of the health and safety issues relevant to the subject it covers, although its importance is emphasised by particular sections dealing with health and safety.
Readers should consult other specific published guidance relating to health and safety in construction. References made to the DETR in this publication should be read in this context. For clarification, readers should contact the Department of Trade and Industry. Due to the wide coverage of the contents of this document many others, not listed, were involved and their contributions are, nevertheless, greatly appreciated.
Note CIRIA and the author gratefully acknowledge the support of the funding organisations and the technical help and advice provided by the members of the steering group. Contributions do not imply that individual funders necessarily endorse all views expressed in published outputs. Anchorages 5. Safety fences Lighting columns 5.
Typical four-girder 4. Typical four-girder two-bearing integral cross-head utilising bent-flange splice plates 4. CIRIA Report 3 , published in , addresses bridge buildability issues, This guide has been prepared for use by active members of the bridge engineering- profession.
The target readership comprises consultants, contractors, bridge owners and their maintaining agents, It will be of direct use to trainee engineers including graduates , technicians and incorporated engineers involved in detailing highway bridge- designs. It should also be of value to chartered engineers as they develop designs, and to site staff, as it provides advice on the function and relative merits of various details.
The design process develops from feasibility and conceptual design through to detailed design. The details in this guide are intended for use in the detailing stage that follows.
Some design issues, such as access during and after construction and CDM requirements, are directly relevant to the detailing stage, however, and are identified in Chapter 2. Although there are many sources of advice on good detailing, rarely is such advice- collected together.
Most available professional information comes as advice incidental to treatises on particular projects or subjects. It is- therefore important to identify best practice and eliminate deficiencies. Only details that can be clearly defined have been included, together with supportive text explaining the rationale and dealing with durability and buildability issues.
The principles formulated should enable sound special case details to be developed. The details have- been prepared in a way that allows them to be readily adopted by designers, but care will still be needed to ensure that the details, and developments from them, are correctly interpreted and applied. Provide examples of bridge details that represent current good practice, enhanced by explanatory notes and advice to emphasise the principles and issues involved in each.
Recommend details through which a degree of standardisation is encouraged. This should enable the design, detailing and construction of bridge structures to become more efficient, and lead to both short- and long-term benefits for bridge owners and for those charged with their maintenance. Provide a sound basis upon which alternative approaches may be developed by identifying the function of the details in the guide and relevant prompts and pitfalls. There is no intention to inhibit the development of alternative approaches.
Encourage feedback, through which details in the guide can be improved in the light of constructive comment and be supplemented by additional details see Section 1. A significant proportion of bridge work in the UK includes renovation.
While the book concentrates on details for new structures, they may also be considered for strengthening or renovating existing structures.
The scope of the guide has been limited in four ways. It concentrates entirely on details and detailing issues to be implemented after the conceptual and analytical design process has been completed.
It provides details for spans up to 60 m, although most of the details are based on the span lengths of the majority of bridges, ie up to 20 m. Details for foundations are not included. This guide has been prepared primarily for application to UK highway bridges, but will be useful for other applications. They included various industry-- institutions, bridge maintaining authorities and county councils. Approaches were also made internationally. Chapters are divided into sections covering particular bridge types or structural fonns.
Many details are common to some or all the structure types. These are found at the beginning of the chapters concerned. Cross-reference back to these details is made where appropriate.
In Chapters 3 and 4 the general fonns of the particular bridge types are illustrated. The details available in the guide are identified by reference numbers on these illustrations. The numbers of the details relate to their location in the guide. The first three digits indicate the section number in which the detail is found. The fourth digit is a sequence number of the details within the section.
Bridge detailing guide
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The UK highways bridge stock is exhibiting durability problems. While there are several causes of deterioration, many of the problems are attributed to poor detailing and a lack of appreciation of buildability by designers. There are many sources of advice on bridge detailing but the advice is rarely collected together. Most available professional information comes as advice incidental to particular projects or subjects. The "bridge detailing guide" gives guidance for engineers and technicians engaged in the preparation and development of details for highway and accommodation bridges, subways, culverts and retaining walls. The guide concentrates on the detailing issues that follow conceptual and analytical design. It also covers some design issues, such as access during and after construction and CDM requirements, due to their direct relevance to the detailing stage.