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Design guidelines

 TIRANTS D’ANCRAGE TA 2020

TIRANTS D’ANCRAGE

TA 2020

Author(s): CFMS
Size: 5 Mb, 146 Pages.

Abstract

“Près de 50 ans après le premier opus, les règles professionnelles « TA2020 » sont les dignes héritières des précédentes éditions.
Rédigées par les meilleurs experts français, dont certains ont également participé aux travaux européens sur les tirants, elles sont bien sûr en parfaite conformité avec les nombreux textes français et européens traitant de l’exécution, de la conception, des essais et des matériaux constitutifs des tirants d’ancrage ; saluons là l’important travail de synthèse de leurs rédacteurs qui se sont acquittés sans faillir de cette tâche difficile.

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AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications 2012

Authors: American Association of State Highway Officials
Size: 25 Mb, 1661 Pages.

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The first broadly recognized national standard for the design and construction of bridges in the United States was published in 1931 by the American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO), the predecessor to AASHTO. With the advent of the automobile and the establishment of highway departments in all of the American states dating back to just before the turn of the century, the design, construction, and maintenance of most U.S. bridges was the responsibility of these departments and, more specifically, the chief bridge engineer within each department. It was natural, therefore, that these engineers, acting collectively as the AASHTO Highway Subcommittee on Bridges and Structures, would become the author and guardian of this first bridge standard.
This first publication was entitled Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges and Incidental Structures. It quickly became the de facto national standard and, as such, was adopted and used by not only the state highway departments but also other bridge-owning authorities and agencies in the United States and abroad. Rather early on, the last three words of the original title were dropped and it has been reissued in consecutive editions at approximately four-year intervals ever since as Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges, with the final 17th edition appearing in 2002.