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AASHTOWare query:Service Load Rating of Precast Prestressed Concrete members

AASHTOWare query:Service Load Rating of Precast Prestressed Concrete members

AASHTOWare query:Service Load Rating of Precast Prestressed Concrete members

(OP)
Hi All,
Looking for guidance from Bridge Engineers using AASHTOWare for Rating.
I am looking into the Rating of a Bridge with Precast Prestressed Concrete Deck beams. I am interested in calculating the Inventory level serviceability ratings per the attached extract of the MBE.
How do I navigate in AASHTOWare (version 6.8.4) to see these Rating results?
I am able to get the Rating results for Design Flexure/Shear Limit states.

Below extract is a sample of the kind of output I am looking for. This example is from a different Bridge (This was probably generated using the older version/Virtis)

RE: AASHTOWare query:Service Load Rating of Precast Prestressed Concrete members

I'll see if if i can log into it later but AASHTOware sucks for reports, IMO. I recall having to drill down into individual members and pulling the code checks and ratings from there.

RE: AASHTOWare query:Service Load Rating of Precast Prestressed Concrete members

(OP)
Appreciate it Mike.

RE: AASHTOWare query:Service Load Rating of Precast Prestressed Concrete members

(OP)
@MIKE: Found that I can get these ratings from the Spec Check, for each particular location seperately (See snap shot below). Not sure if there is an easier way to get the summary similar to the Virtis sample I shared in my post earlier. Rather than having to check various locations separately and manually indicate the controlling one.


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