effect of pavement layers on the behaviour of corrugated steel culverts
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Published by Ground Engineering Division, Structures Group, Transport and Road Research Laboratory in Crowthorne, Berks .
Written in English


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Statementby P.E. Johnson, J. Temporal and G.R.A. Watts.
SeriesResearch report / Transport and Road Research Laboratory -- 209
ContributionsTemporal, J., Watts, G. R., Transport and Road Research Laboratory. Ground Engineering Division.
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Open LibraryOL13876373M

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The effect of pavement layers on the behaviour of corrugated steel culverts By P.E. Johnson, J. Temporal, G.R.A Watts, Crowthorne (United Kingdom). Ground Engineering Div. Transport and Road Research Lab. and Crowthorne (United Kingdom). The total thickness of pavement layers was m within the pavement section and decreased gradually towards the end of the culvert through the shoulder and the unsurfaced section. The behavior of both structures is compared during backfilling and under imposed surface loads equivalent to the standard American and Canadian design trucks at two burial depths ( and m). During backfilling, the deteriorated culvert deflections were much larger than the intact culvert because of differences in both culvert and backfill Cited by:   Corrugated steel culverts are increasingly used in road and railway projects as alternative solutions to small bridges and tunnels. This paper describes full-scale tests of the corrugated steel ‘box’ type culvert with a span of m and a height of m. The corrugation pattern was × 50 mm and the steel thickness was 5 mm.

In terms of static loads, the effect of backfill layers on the behavior of the corrugated steel shell was analyzed (Brachaman & Elshimi ). The impact of static load in the form of trucks was.   The vast majority of corrugated steel pipes (CSPs) along a highway system are often composed of circular pipes or culverts of – mm diameter used in small watercourses that cross the highway alignment and at entrances to residences adjacent to the highway whereas large-diameter structural plate CSPs (SPCSPs) or multiplates, as they are. In this field study, the effect of sliplining rehabilitation on the performance of a highly corroded corrugated steel pipe, which was placed at a depth of m under an asphalt pavement, was. To analyses the effect of height changes on reaction of pavement and bridge deck, the following different forms are considered in analysis and software performance: 1-Changes of bridge or culvert.

The effect of pavement layers on the behaviour of corrugated steel culverts / by P.E. Johnson, J. Tempor Loading tests on two long span corrugated steel culverts / by J. Temporal and P.E. Johnson; Structural analysis and design of pipe culverts [by] Raymond J. Krizek [and others. This method considers the effect of pavement type and pavement layers on the load distribution. corrugated steel culverts is to insert a new pipe inside the existing culvert and grout the. The Role of Backfill Quality on Corrugated Steel Plate Culvert Behaviour of the CSP culverts behaviour (intact culvert with well-compacted backfill) and a corroded culvert in loose backfill during backfilling and under imposed surface loads. Shel-don et al. () presented the field performance of culvert joints in five existing pipe culverts.   The objective of this field study was to evaluate the effect of sliplining on the behavior of rehabilitated corroded corrugated steel pipes, including: (1) load-carrying behavior and stiffness of pipe; (2) vertical and horizontal diameter changes of pipe; (3) average strain and curvature of pipe; and (4) displacement of pavement.