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Missing a table from 2010 AASHTO

Missing a table from 2010 AASHTO

Missing a table from 2010 AASHTO

When our company downloaded their copy of the 2010 AASHTO code at some unknown time in the past before I was born, They omitted to download the last 110 pages or so of Chapter 3.

I need to get ahold of Table for a culvert project I am working on for an alternate CIP design instead of precast.

Can someone scan and post a copy of that table here?

We do not have a hard copy, and obviously need to fill in the gap...


Mike McCann, PE, SE (WA)

RE: Missing a table from 2010 AASHTO applies to retaining walls. If this is a culvert I assume you're looking at the wingwalls? Unless your edge of traffic is right at the edge of wall you use a 2.0 ft equivalent height of soil for vehicular loading on the wall.

You'll really want to get those pages of chapter 3 before you proceed with the design.

Professional Engineer (ME, NH, MA) Structural Engineer (IL)
American Concrete Industries

RE: Missing a table from 2010 AASHTO

I know. These are the sidewalls, not the wing walls.

Mike McCann, PE, SE (WA)

RE: Missing a table from 2010 AASHTO

If you don't need the latest & greatest.....I've got the 16th edition (1996). If you can tell me what the heading of this table is, I can find it and post it for you. (There is no "Table" in the 16th edition.)

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