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63 paper will be prepared for publication in the PCI Journal 4.3 Suggestions for Future Research or the ACI Structural Journal. Also, the research team will approach NDOR and VDOT to present the findings and No further research into the acceptance, repair, and rejec- recommendations of this project. This may be done through tion of web end cracking due to prestress transfer is sug- direct meetings with the bridge division engineers or through gested. Further research to develop finite element modeling arranged seminars. of the end zone of pretensioned members should be of value The research team will submit the proposed change to in optimizing the bursting reinforcement, especially as larger Article 5.10.10.1 of the AASHTO LRFD specifications to the than 0.6-in.-diameter strands and higher than 15 ksi concrete T-10 AASHTO Committee for possible adoption. become more common in practice.