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Guide Specifications for Wind Loads on Bridges During Construction

Guide Specifications for Wind Loads on Bridges During Construction

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Has anyone obtained this new publication by AASHTO? I'm wondering how much info is really in it. I deal with steel plate girders a lot so I'm trying to see if the cost is justified or not.

RE: Guide Specifications for Wind Loads on Bridges During Construction

Thanks for the T-5 notes. It's sort of based on ASCE-7. FHWA has a manual for stability during construction, which also has a basis in ASCE 7.

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RE: Guide Specifications for Wind Loads on Bridges During Construction

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Thanks for both of those documents! That is exactly what I'm looking for.

RE: Guide Specifications for Wind Loads on Bridges During Construction

I got a copy today; only 27 pages cover to cover; now I just need some time to read it.

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