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Bars B ~ Top & 2 When the spacing between Bars B Limits of skewed
Bars B ~ Top &
2 When
the spacing between Bars B
Limits of skewed
Bars B ~ Top &
Bars F 2
Bars C ~ Top Slab
Bottom Slab
becomes
less than half of the
Limits of skewed
Bottom Slab
Bars F 2
end section
3
Bars C ~ Top Slab
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
normal spacing, bars shall be
end section
3
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
cut to avoid fouling
3 The length of Bars B and E will
vary in the skewed end sections
4 [One half of overall width] x
[Tan of the skew
angle]
5 Bars F
and F
shall
be continuous
1
2
6 (Typ)
through the angle section.
They
shall
be bent to remain parallel
Bars H
to the walls of the Box Culvert.
Bars H
Skew
6 When necessary
to avoid fouling in
C L Culvert
acute corners, the slab extension
leg of Bars C and Bars D
may be
shortened to a minimum
of 1'-6"
for skews of 30° and 45°.
4
C
L Culvert
7 For skews of 15° or
less, the
4
contractor has the option of
placing Bars B, C
and D
parallel
Bars C ~ Top Slab
to the skewed end while
Bars C ~ Top Slab
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
Bars F
2
maintaining spacing along
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
Bars F
2
centerline box.
Lengths of
Bars B shown on the standards
Skew
shall
be increased to
accommodate the skew.
Bars F ~ Top Slab
Tilt Bar as necessary
1
Bars E
Bars F ~ Top Slab
Bars F ~ Bottom
Slab
to maintain cover
1
2
Bars E
Bars K
Bars F ~ Bottom
Slab
2
Bars K
WALLS AND CURB
SLAB
WALLS AND CURB
SLAB
PLAN OF SKEWED ENDS ~ FROM 0°
TO 15°
7
PLAN OF SKEWED ENDS ~ OVER 30°
TO 45°
Bars B ~ Top &
1 For box culverts with less
than 2'-0" of fill, the top slab
Bars F 2
Bars C ~ Top Slab
Bottom Slab
shall be broken back to provide a minimum
1'-10"
lap of the
Limits of skewed
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
existing longitudinal bars with the longitudinal bars in the
end section
3
extension.
If the depth of fill is 2'-0" or greater, the top
slab shall be broken back to
provide a 1'-0" minimum
embedment
Length of extension
of existing longitudinal reinforcing into the extension.
Alternatively, if the fill
height is greater than 2'-0", the
existing curb may be
left in place and 2'-0" long #6 bars
6
(Typ)
shall be drilled and grouted 1'-0" into the existing top slab
at 1'-6" center to center spacing. Wings and apron shall be
broken back as necessary
to install
the extension.
Exposed
Bars H
wingwall and apron reinforcing may be removed or cleaned and
C
L Culvert
included in the extension.
When lengthening existing box
culverts with dimensions different than current standard
dimensions, horizontal and vertical
transitions shall be
formed as directed by the Engineer.
Bottom
slabs shall
match
to maintain an uninterrupted flow
line.
Existing
4
and new
reinforcing shall be field bent into transition
maintaining specified cover requirements.
Tilt Bar as
necessary
Bars C ~ Top Slab
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
Bars F
to maintain
2
Existing Box Culvert
Skew
cover
GENERAL NOTES:
1
LENGTHENING DETAIL
Designed according to
AASHTO
LRFD Specifications.
All reinforcing steel
shall
be Grade 60.
All
concrete shall
be Class "C" with these exceptions:
Bars F ~ Top Slab
1
Bars E
use Class "S" for top slabs of culverts with overlay, with
Bars F ~ Bottom
Slab
2
Bars K
1-to-2 course surface treatment, or with
final riding surface.
the top slab as the
WALLS AND CURB
SLAB
Class "C" concrete shall
have a minimum
compressive strength
of 3,600 psi.
Class "S" concrete
shall have a minimum
compressive
PLAN OF SKEWED ENDS ~ OVER 15°
TO 30°
strength of 4,000 psi.
Limits
The use of permanent forms is not allowed.
Bars F 2
5
of Angle
Refer to Single Box Culverts Cast-in-Place standard for details
2
Section
of straight
sections of culvert.
For skewed sections and angle
Limits
Bars F 2
5
Limits of
of Angle
Bars F 2
5
2
2
Angle Section
sections refer to Single Box Culverts Cast-in-Place standard for
slab and wall dimensions, bar sizes, maximum bar spacing, and
Section
any other details not
shown.
For Skewed ends with curbs, adjust
length of Bars H, number of Bars K, curb concrete volume and
Bars B ~ Top
reinforcing steel
weight by dividing the values shown on the
Bars B ~ Top
Bars B ~ Top
& Bottom Slab
culvert standards by the cosine of the skew
angle.
& Bottom Slab
& Bottom Slab
Laps for Bars H, when required, shall be 1'-9" for uncoated
bars and 2'-7" for epoxy coated.
HL93 LOADING
Bars C ~ Top Slab
Bridge
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
Division
Standard
Bars C ~ Top Slab
SINGLE BOX CULVERTS
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
CAST-IN-PLACE
MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS
Bars F
1 ~ Top Slab
Bars C ~ Top Slab
Bars F
2 ~ Bottom
Slab
5
Bars F
1 ~ Top Slab
Bars F
1 ~ Top Slab
Bars D ~ Bottom
Slab
Bars F
2 ~ Bottom
Slab
5
SCC-MD
Bars F
2 ~ Bottom
Slab
5
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SECT
JOB
HIGHWAY
PLAN OF ANGLE SECTION ~
PLAN OF ANGLE SECTION ~
PLAN OF ANGLE SECTION ~
REVISIONS
FROM 0° TO 15°
OVER 15° TO 30°
OVER 30° TO 45°
DIST
COUNTY
SHEET NO.
D IS CLAIME R:
The use of this
standard is governed by the "Texas E ngineering Practice Act".
No
w arranty
of
any
D ATE :
kind is m ade by TxD OT for any purpose w hatsoever.
TxD OT assum es
no responsibility for the conversion
of this standard to other form ats or for incorrect results or dam ages resulting from
its use.
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