Pier Input summary-prelim 2018.xlsx

Pier 2 pier 3 y x y x y 10389 9910 10408 9910 9713

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Pier 2 Pier 3 Y X Y X Y 10.389 -9.910 10.408 -9.910 9.713 10.385 -8.748 10.442 -8.748 9.784 10.384 -8.500 10.449 -8.500 9.799 10.377 -6.804 10.498 -6.804 9.903 10.370 -5.100 10.548 -5.100 10.008 10.369 -4.860 10.555 -4.860 10.022 10.362 -2.916 10.612 -2.916 10.142 10.357 -1.700 10.648 -1.700 10.216 10.354 -0.972 10.669 -0.972 10.261 10.346 0.972 10.726 0.972 10.380 10.343 1.700 10.747 1.700 10.425 10.339 2.916 10.782 2.916 10.499 10.211 4.860 10.725 4.860 10.510 10.195 5.100 10.718 5.100 10.512 10.083 6.804 10.668 6.804 10.522 9.972 8.500 10.619 8.500 10.531 9.956 8.748 10.611 8.748 10.533 9.879 9.910 10.577 9.910 10.539
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Preliminary Bearing Loads 3/2/2018 Notes: At this stage the loads from the bridge deck are preliminary estimated values. When the bridge deck analysis is completed the pier design must be checked using the loads f All loads are unfactored Live Loads include dynamic load allowance The bride deck analysis will provide two sets of live load results for different design vehicle pos At this stage one estimated live load value is used. Loads are positive upwards. For horizontal load (AS 5100.2 - 9) apply 5% of Dead Load + SDL as a horizontal load with a loa Strand7 Load Cases Notes: 1. Pier self weight 2. Deck self weight 3. Deck Superimposed Dead Load (SDL) 4. Live Load 1 5. Live Load 2 Not used for preliminary design 6. Transverse load 5% of deck self weight + SDL Load Type Bearing Load Deck Dead Load: -960 kN/2 bearings Deck Superimposed Dead Load: See Table Live Load including Dynamic Load Allowance -950 kN/2 bearings Load Factors Dead Load SDL Live Load Transverse Load Serviceability Limit State (SLS) 1.00 1.30 1.00 - Ultimate Limit State (ULS) 1.20 2.00 1.80 1.00* * Note: Applied Transverse Load in Strand 7 = full DL+SDL so total load increment factor = 0.0 Footing support stiffness: SLS and ULS Min: 15000 ULS Max 150000 Bearing Loads Location Dead Load Live Load 1 Live Load 2 DL + SDL 1 -960 -860 -1820 2 -960 -341 -1301 3 -960 -140 -1100 4 -960 -140 -1100 5 -960 -140 -1100 6 -960 -140 -1100 7 -960 -361 -1321 8 -960 -140 -1100 9 -960 -140 -1100 10 -960 -659 -1619 Set gravity to -9.80665 m/s 2 in the Y direction kN/m 2 kN/m 2 NB: When applying the beam support attribute to the footings do NOT tick the "compression Superimposed Dead Load
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from that analysis. sitions ad factor of 1. 05 x 1.00 n only" box.
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  • One '17
  • Assoc. Prof. Ron Cox
  • Dead and live loads, bridge deck, Elevation Pier

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