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NHI Course 13061

NHI Course 13061

NHI Course 13061

I am looking for a pdf of this NHI Course 13061 reference manual - LRFD Design of Highway Brdiges (Volumes 1 and 2). AASHTO bridges.transportation.org had it before for free, but now it seems they have taken it down.

Does anyone have a pdf copy and if so, can you please let me know. I can setup a dropbox link and you can send them there.


RE: NHI Course 13061

Take a look at the NSBA web site. They have steel superstructure examples that can be downloaded:


Some DOTs also post design examples. Arizona, Colorado, & Minnesota come to mind.

RE: NHI Course 13061


Thank you for the link and also the design example from Arizona was helpful.

I have the 2015 version with me. In that version, for overhang design (pg. 370/630), they mention -


"For a complete railing design example, see Lecture 16 of the NHI course 13061"-.

Hence I was wondering if someone had a copy of this lecture 16 or the course.


RE: NHI Course 13061


The CODOT was very helpful. The OREGON DOT via TTI was a different approach. Thanks you so much!

RE: NHI Course 13061

You're welcome

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