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Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

(OP)
Hi

Does anyone have any design examples for the CSA S6 bridge code (canadian code)

Thanks in advance

RE: Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

Bridge Man - the CPCI has a free design manual with examples.

RE: Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

(OP)
Bridgebuster,

Thanks Man, but the CSA S6 is for bridges in specific and I was kind of hoping to find some steel design examples in it.

Much appreciated

RE: Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

The National Steel Bridge Alliance & Federal Highway Administration developed steel bridge examples.They’re free. I can’t imagine AASHTO is vastly different from the CSA, except you folks up north use that weird measurement system.
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RE: Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

A lot of the CSA code is actually "borrowed" from ASHTO.

RE: Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

(OP)
Very true guys, am actually an AASHTO / AISC user in the US and as I started using the CSA codes am seeing the resemblance

RE: Any Canadian CSA s6 bridge code design examples ?

Quote (A lot of the CSA code is actually "borrowed" from ASHTO. )


That's interesting. 20 years ago I took a week long course on AASHTO LRFD - talk about agony hairpull - one instructor said AASHTO "borrowed" a lot from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation Code.

I have the CSA code but never studied it in depth. The CPCI Bridge Manual and the PCI Bridge Manual virtually look alike, except for the units.

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