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BRIDGE C-S-J:

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Sheet:

INPUT:

Box Type

Joint Width, tJoint

Spacing, S4

Number of Beams, Nb

Overhang Width, OH5

Skew,

3

CLbrg to CLbrg, L =

Slab depth, ts =

Rail Width, RW =

Roadway Width, W =

Total No. of Beams, Nb =

No. of Lanes, NL =

Interior Beam2

4B20

1.5

in

4.104 ft

4

not applicable

30

degrees

98.42

5.0

1.0

24.17

6

2

feet

inches

ft

ft

Exterior Beam

5B20

1.5

in

5.104 ft

2

2.323 ft

30

degrees

SECTION PROPERTIES:

Beam Type

Width of Top Flange (in) - bft

Thickness of Top Flange (in) - tft

Width of Bottom Flange (in) - bfb

Thickness of Bottom Flange (in) - tfb

Design Thickness of Web (in) - tw

Design Beam Width or Slab Width (in) - b6 or EFW 6

Beam Height or Slab Height (in) - d or ts

Dist from Edge of Beam to Edge of Flange (in) - x

Area (in2) - A

Distance to centroid from bottom of beam (in) - yb

Moment of Inertia (in4) - I

Weight (klf) - W

4B20

43.75

5.5

47.75

5

5

47.75

20

4

591.8

9.81

28086.2

0.616

Interior

slab

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

49.25

5

n/a

246.2

22.5

513

0.257

sh key

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

40.0

12.39

535

0.042

5B20

55.75

5.5

59.75

5

5

59.75

20

4

717.8

9.88

35234

0.748

Exterior

slab

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

58.50

5

n/a

292.5

22.5

609

0.305

sh key

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

40.0

12.39

535

0.042

Notes:

1. For typical cross sections ( f, g (sufficiently connected to act as a unit)). Table 4.6.2.2.1-1

2. If there are mixed beam types in the interior, then this calculation should be completed for each beam type.

3. When the Span Length is greater than 100ft for Beams 4B40 and 5B40, use Beams 4B40+100 and 5B40+100 respectively.

4. Beam spacing is based on the bottom width of the beam plus the joint width.

5. Overhang width is from the center of the beam to the edge of the slab. The default value is based on 1/2 the top width of the beam.

6. The design beam width equals the width of the bottom flange. For box beams topped by a concrete slab, the slab width equals the Effective Flange

Width (EFW) as calculated below.

FINAL

LLDF

RESULTS:

Interior Shear LLDF, gVinterior

0.664

FINAL

LLDF

Exterior Shear LLDF, gVexterior

1.139

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Sheet:

Interior Moment LLDF, gMinterior

0.333

0.354

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Sheet:

CALCULATIONS:

Composite Moment of Inertia, Ic

(calculated based on effective flange width)

INTERIOR BEAMS (Int.)

Effective Flange Width, EFW (composite section)

EFW int =

min

L

4

12 t s + max

[ ]

tw

0 .5 b ft

EFW int =

49.25 inches

yc_int =

13.54 inches

dbeam_int =

3.73 inches

dslab_int =

-8.96 inches

their tops (AASHTO LRFD Comm. C4.6.2.6.1)

Composite Moment of Inertia, Ic

Distance to the composite section centroid, yc

yc =

A beam + A slab

Distance from the composite centroid to the slab or box section centroid, d

dbeam =

dslab =

y c y beam

y c y slab

Ic =

Ic_int =

56,622 in4

Effective Flange Width, EFW (composite section)

(Calculated based on exterior beam dimesions

for the adjacent interior beam.)

EFW ext =

L

8

6t s +max

0 .5 t w

0. 25 b ft

OH

EFW ext =

58.50 inches

yc_ext =

13.53 inches

db_ext =

3.65 inches

ds_ext =

-8.97 inches

their tops (AASHTO LRFD Comm. C4.6.2.6.1)

Composite Moment of Inertia, Ic

Distance to the composite section centroid, yc

yc =

A beam + A slab

Distance from the composite centroid to the slab or box section centroid, d

db =

ds =

y c y beam

y c y slab

2

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Sheet:

Ic =

Ic_ext =

68,945 in4

4A

J=

o2

Where, Ao is the area enclosed by the centerlines of the elements that make up the thin-walled structure, s is the

element lengths, and t is the element thicknesses (see diagrams below for a graphical representation of these

variables).

For the calculation of J, the shear key is ignored, and the Box Beam cross section is simplifed to an open box with

dimensions equaling d (height) and b fb - 2x (width).

Simplified Beam

Depicting Ao

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Sheet:

Calculate Ao

A o = ( b fb 2 xt w ) d

t fb +t ft t s

2

Calculate s/t

s b 2 xt b 2 xt

t = fb t +t w + fb t w +2

ft s

fb

Ao_int =

t fb +t ft t s

2

tw

t=

599.44 in2

17.160

4A

J=

o2

s

t

Jint =

83,761 in4

Ao_ext =

806.44 in2

Calculate Ao

A o = ( b fb 2 xt w ) d

t fb +t ft t s

2

Calculate s/t

s b 2 xt b 2 xt

t = fb t +t w + fb t w +2

ft s

fb

t fb +t ft t s

2

tw

t=

20.702

4A

J=

o2

s

t

Distance between the Outside Web and the Face of the Curb, d e

Jext =

125,655 in4

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Sheet:

de =

-0.6 ft

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Sheet:

Correction for Skew

INTERIOR BEAMS (Int.)

Shear LLDF Correction for Skew (Table 4.6.2.2.3c-1)

Checks

Check : 0 30 60

Check L: 20' 98.4' 120'

Check Nb: 5 6 20

Check b: 35'' 47.8'' 60''

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

12 . 0 L

tan

90 d

Corr. =

1. 0+

Corr. =

1.499

Based on TxDOT's LRFD Bridge Design Manual, "Do not apply the skew correction factor for moment as

suggested in Article 4.6.2.2.2e."

EXTERIOR BEAMS (Ext.)

Shear LLDF Correction for Skew (Table 4.6.2.2.3c-1)

Checks

Check : 0 30 60

Check L: 20' 98.4' 120'

Check Nb: 5 6 20

Check b: 35'' 59.8'' 60''

OK

OK

OK

Corr. =

1. 0+

OK

OK

12 . 0 L

tan

90 d

Corr. = 1.499

Moment LLDF Correction for Skew (Table 4.6.2.2.2e-1)

Based on TxDOT's LRFD Bridge Design Manual, "Do not apply the skew correction factor for moment as

suggested in Article 4.6.2.2.2e."

Minimum Distribution Factor

m=

1.0

gmin = m NL Nb

gmin =

0.333

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Sheet:

INTERIOR BEAMS (Int.)

Shear LL Distribution Per Lane (Table 4.6.2.2.3a-1):

Checks

Check b: 35'' 47.8'' 60''

Check L: 20' 98.4' 120'

Check Nb: 5 6 20

OK

OK

OK

OK

Check I: 40,000 56,622 610,000

OK

gVint1 =

gVint1 =

0 . 15

b

130 L

I

J

0. 05

( ) ()

0.424

1.499

0.635

skew correc. =

gVint1 =

Two or More Lanes Loaded

gVint2+ =

gVint2+ =

b

156

0.4

( ) (

b

12. 0 L

0. 1

0 . 05

) ( ) (48b )

where,

(48b )1. 0

0.443

skew correc. =

gVint2+ =

>>

I

J

1.499

0.664

gVinterior =

Moment LL Distribution Per Lane (Table 4.6.2.2.2b-1):

Checks

Check b: 35'' 47.8'' 60''

Check L: 20' 98.4' 120'

Check Nb: 5 6 20

OK

OK

OK

gMint1 =

gMint1 =

b

k

33 . 3 L

0. 5

I

J

0 .25

)()

where,

k=

0.191

gMint2+ =

b

k

305

0 .6

( )(

b

12 . 0 L

k=

0. 2

I

J

0 . 06

)()

0.2

2.5 ( Nb )

1.747

1 .5

0.664

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Sheet:

gMint2+ =

>>

0.295

gMinterior =

0.333

Shear LL Distribution Per Lane (Table 4.6.2.2.3b-1):

Checks

Check b: 35'' 59.8'' 60''

Check L: 20' 98.4' 120'

Check de: -0.6' 2'

Check Nb: 5 6 20

OK

OK

OK

the interior shear and

moment values are

calculated for like beams.

OK

OK

Check I: 40,000 68,945 610,000

OK

gVint1(ext) =

gVint1(ext) =

0 . 15

b

130 L

I

J

0. 05

( ) ()

0.434

gVext1 = e * gVint1(ext)

where,

e=

1. 25+

de

1 . 0

20

e = 1.220

gVext1 =

0.529

skew correc. =

gVint1(ext) =

gVext1 =

1.499

0.650

0.793

gVint2+(ext) =

gVint2+(ext) =

gVext2+ =

b

156

0.4

( ) (

b

12. 0 L

0. 1

I

J

0 . 05

) ( ) (48b )

(48b )1. 0

0.611

(48b )

where,

48

1 . 0

b

e=

e=

gVext2+ =

where,

0.760

skew correc. =

gVint2+(ext) =

1.499

0.915

b

d e + 2

12

1+

40

1.244

0 .5

1. 0

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Sheet:

gVext2+ =

>>

1.139

gVint2+(ext), and gmin.

gVexterior =

1.139

Moment LL Distribution Per Lane (Table 4.6.2.2.2d-1):

Checks

Check de: -0.6' 2'

Check b: 35'' 59.8'' 60''

Check L: 20' 98.4' 120'

Check Nb: 5 6 20

OK

OK

OK

OK

gMint1(ext) =

gMint1(ext) =

b

33 . 3 L

0. 5

I

J

0 .25

)()

where,

k=

k=

2.5 ( Nb )0.2 1 .5

1.747

0.203

gMext1 = e * gMint1(ext)

gMext1 =

where,

e=

1. 125+

e=

1.105

e=

1. 04 +

e=

1.016

de

30

1 . 0

0.224

gMint2+(ext) =

gMint2+(ext) =

b

305

0 .6

( )(

>>

0. 2

I

J

0 . 06

)()

0.349

gMext2+ = e * gMint2+(ext)

gMext2+ =

b

12 . 0 L

where,

de

25

1. 0

0.354

gMint2+(ext), and gmin.

If W < 20 ft, gMexterior is the maximum of gMext1, gMint1(ext), and gmin.

gMexterior =

0.354

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Sheet:

All of these beams have 3/4" chamfers on the bottom two corners of the beam.

Beam

B (in)

C (in)

D (in)

E (in)

F (in)

G (in)

H (in)

4B20

5B20

4B28

5B28

4B34

5B34

4B40

5B40

4B40+100

5B40+100

UserDefined

43.75

55.75

43.75

55.75

43.75

55.75

43.75

55.75

43.75

55.75

43.75

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

5

5

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

5

4

4

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

2

4

4

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

4

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

0

0

0

0

6

6

12

12

12

12

0

Torsion Constant2

AASHTO LRFD, p4-25, closed thin-walled shapes

Beam

bft (in)

tft (in)

bfb (in)

tfb (in)

tw (in)

x (in)

d (in)

4B20

5B20

4B28

5B28

4B34

5B34

4B40

5B40

4B40+100

5B40+100

UserDefined

1

43.75

55.75

43.75

55.75

43.75

55.75

43.75

55.75

43.75

55.75

43.75

2

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

3

47.75

59.75

47.75

59.75

47.75

59.75

47.75

59.75

47.75

59.75

47.75

4

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

6

4

4

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

4

7

20

20

28

28

34

34

40

40

40

40

18

8

TYPICAL SECTION

Multiple Presence Factors

NL

m

1

1.2

2

1

3

0.85

4

0.65

10

11

12

13

14

15

17

I (in)

J(in)

yt (in)

yb (in)

A (in2)

I (in4)

Weight

(plf)

Shear Key

Area (in2)

20

20

28

28

34

34

40

40

40

40

18

47.75

59.75

47.75

59.75

47.75

59.75

47.75

59.75

47.75

59.75

47.75

591.81

717.81

678.81

804.81

798.81

924.81

918.81

1044.81

943.81

1069.81

571.81

28086

35234

68745

85370

115655

142161

176607

215300

180159

219007

21032

10.19

10.12

14.38

14.26

17.92

17.72

21.31

21.07

21.63

21.36

9.17

9.81

9.88

13.62

13.74

16.08

16.28

18.69

18.93

18.37

18.64

8.83

616

748

707

838

832

963

957

1088

983

1114

596

40.00

40.00

86.00

86.00

86.00

86.00

86.00

86.00

86.00

86.00

32.00

18

19

yb (in)

I (in4)

12.39

12.39

16.26

16.26

22.26

22.26

28.26

28.26

28.26

28.26

11.49

535.20

535.20

2547.36

2547.36

2547.36

2547.36

2547.36

2547.36

2547.36

2547.36

329.00

Shear Keys

21

22

23

24

25

Void 1

Void 2

Void Area

(in2)

Void yb

(in)

Void I (in4)

29.75

41.75

27.75

39.75

27.75

39.75

27.75

39.75

27.75

39.75

29.75

9.50

9.50

17.50

17.50

23.50

23.50

29.50

29.50

29.50

29.50

7.50

282.63

396.63

485.63

695.63

652.13

934.13

818.63

1172.63

793.63

1147.63

223.13

9.75

9.75

13.75

13.75

16.75

16.75

19.75

19.75

20.16

20.04

8.75

2125.58

2982.95

12393.55

17752.93

30011.34

42989.21

59367.37

85039.74

54918.50 There are 5" chamfers on the bo

80632.46 There are 5" chamfers on the bo

1045.90

There are 5" chamfers on the bottom two corners of the void in this beam.

There are 5" chamfers on the bottom two corners of the void in this beam.

Revision History:

8/18/2006

TAR

Spreadsheet Created

11/1/2007

CEL Updated for AASHTO LRFD 4th Edition 2007 & Bridge Design Manual April 2007.

6/16/2008

g must be mNL/Nb

When W < 20ft, g = g1 Lane Loaded

Show gint for exterior beams

gext must be gint

Macro added to reinitialize default values

Corrected Shear Key I

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