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In summary, the studies indicated that the pro- ACI 318, 2008, Building Code Requirements for Struc- posed longitudinal joint detail had sufficient strength, tural Concrete and Commentary, American Concrete fatigue characteristics, and crack control for the max- Institute, Farmington Hills, MI. imum service loads determined from the analytical Bell, C., Shield, C.K., French, C.W. (2006), Application studies and was deemed to be a viable connection of Precast Decks and other Elements to Bridge system to provide continuity in jointed deck systems Structures. Mn/DOT Technical Report No. MN/RC 2006-37, Minnesota Department of Transportation, over piers. The tests also confirmed that the U-bar St. Paul. detail was a viable connection system for the trans- Eriksson, W.D. (2008), Vertical Tensile Stresses in End verse joint. The joint with the 7-day cure material Regions of Precast Composite Slab-Span Systems and was able to achieve higher strengths, which might be Restraint Moments, MS Thesis, University of Min- attributed to the section with the lower strength nesota-Twin Cities Graduate School, Minneapolis. overnight cure material being unable to fully develop French, C. et al. (2011), NCHRP Web-Only Document the reinforcement. To reduce the crack sizes in the 173: Cast-in-Place Concrete Connections for Precast joints, it is proposed to reduce the service stresses in Deck Systems. NCHRP 10-71 Final Report. Trans- the joints. This could be accommodated economi- portation Research Board of the National Academies, cally by using more lower-grade reinforcement (i.e., Washington, D.C., 782 pp. Grade 60 rather than Grade 75 bars). Frosch, R.J., Bice, J.K., Erickson, J.B. (2006), Field Inves- tigation of a Concrete Deck Designed by the AASHTO Empirical Method: The Control of Deck Cracking, Conclusions and Recommendations Indiana Department of Transportation Technical The research completed under NCHRP Project Report FHWA/IN/JTRP-2006/32. September. Indiana 10-71 study resulted in the development of a compre- Department of Transportation, Indianapolis. hensive design guide for the design and construction Molnau, K., Dimaculangan, M.C. (2007), "Inverted T of longitudinal and transverse joints for full-depth Design." LRFD Bridge Design Workshop, Minnesota Department of Transportation, St. Paul, June 12. deck panels and DBTs. The design guide covers the Naito, C., and Deschenes, D. (2006), Horizontal Shear detailing requirements for both loop-bar and headed- Capacity of Composite Concrete Beams without bar details. Adequate performance of these systems Ties, Proc., Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute requires the use of lacer bars which improve the (PCI) National Bridge Conference. Grapevine, TX. mechanical anchorage of these systems. Tests were Oesterle, et al. (2009), "Design and Construction Guide- conducted to investigate the behavior of these systems lines for Long-Span Decked Precast, Prestressed in shallow decks to emulate the flanges of DBTs. Concrete Girder Bridges," Final Report, NCHRP These shallow deck thicknesses required the use of Project 12-69. Construction Technology Laborato- tighter bends than presently allowed by the bridge ries, Inc., Skokie, IL. design specifications and, thus, the recommendations Smith, M.J. et al. (2008), Monitoring and Analysis of are restricted to wire reinforcement and SS reinforce- Mn/DOT Precast Composite Slab Span System ment, which may accommodate tighter bends due to (PCSSS), Mn/DOT Technical Report No. MN/RC their higher levels of ductility. Another important fea- 2008-41. September, Minnesota Department of Trans- portation, St. Paul. ture of these joints is the performance of the CP ma- Uijl, J.A.d. (1983), Tensile Stresses in the Transmission terials, which was also investigated through a series Zones of Hollow-Core Slabs Prestressed with Pre- of laboratory tests that included an evaluation of tensioned Strands, Report 5-83-10, The Netherlands: the shrinkage and F/T characteristics of candidate Delft University of Technology Department of Civil overnight-cure and 7-day cure materials that might Engineering. be considered in rapid construction applications. Three MathCAD examples were developed to illus- REFERENCES FOR LONGITUDINAL trate the proposed detailing for longitudinal joints AND TRANSVERSE JOINTS IN DBT between DBTs, longitudinal joints in full-depth pre- AND FULL-DEPTH PRECAST PANEL ON cast panels on girders, and transverse joints. GIRDER SYSTEM PORTION OF STUDY REFERENCES FOR PCSSS PORTION Gulyas, R.J. and Champa, J.T. (1997), "Use of Compos- ite Testing for Evaluation of Keyway Grout for Pre- OF STUDY cast Prestressed Bridge Beams," American Concrete AASHTO, 2010, AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Speci- Institute (ACI) Materials Journal, Technical Paper, fications, 5th Edition, Washington, D.C. V. 94, No. 3, MayJune, pp. 244250. 31

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