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    STEEL, CONCRETE AND COMPOSITE BRIDGES - PART 3: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DESIGN OF STEEL BRIDGES

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Superseded date:  30-03-2010

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2000

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Committees responsible
    Foreword
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms, definitions and symbols
       3.1 Terms and definitions
       3.2 Symbols
    4 Design objectives
       4.1 General
       4.2 Limit states
       4.3 Partial safety factors to be used
       4.4 Structural support
       4.5 Corrosion resistance and protection
       4.6 Clearance gauges
    5 Limitations on construction and workmanship
       5.1 Workmanship
       5.2 Robustness
       5.3 Handling and transport
       5.4 Composite steel/concrete construction
       5.5 Built-up members
       5.6 Diaphragms and fixings required during
             construction
       5.7 Camber
       5.8 End connections of beams
       5.9 Support cross beams
    6 Properties of materials
       6.1 General
       6.2 Nominal yield stress
       6.3 Ultimate tensile stress
       6.4 Ductility
       6.5 Notch toughness
       6.6 Properties of steel
       6.7 Modular ratio
    7 Global analysis for load effects
       7.1 General
       7.2 Sectional properties
       7.3 Allowance for shear lag
    8 Stress analysis
       8.1 Longitudinal stresses in beams
       8.2 Allowance for shear lag
       8.3 Distortion and warping stresses in box girders
       8.4 Shear stresses
       8.5 Imperfections
       8.6 Residual stresses
    9 Design of beams
       9.1 General
       9.2 Limit states
       9.3 Shape limitations
       9.4 Effective section
       9.5 Evaluation of stresses
       9.6 Effective length for lateral torsional buckling
       9.7 Slenderness
       9.8 Limiting moment of resistance
       9.9 Beams without longitudinal stiffeners
       9.10 Flanges in beams with longitudinal stiffeners in
             the cross-section
       9.11 Webs in beams with longitudinal stiffeners in the
             cross-section
       9.12 Restraints to compression flanges
       9.13 Transverse web stiffeners other than at supports
       9.14 Load bearing support stiffeners
       9.15 Cross beams and other transverse members in
             stiffened flanges
       9.16 Intermediate internal cross frames in box girders
       9.17 Diaphragms in box girders at supports
    10 Design of compression members
       10.1 General
       10.2 Limit state
       10.3 Limitations on shape
       10.4 Effective lengths
       10.5 Effective section
       10.6 Compression members without longitudinal stiffeners
       10.7 Compression members with longitudinal stiffeners
       10.8 Battened compression members
       10.9 Laced compression members
       10.10 Compression members connected by perforated plates
       10.11 Compression members with components back to back
    11 Design of tension members
       11.1 General
       11.2 Limit state
       11.3 Effective section
       11.4 Thickness at pin-holes
       11.5 Strength
       11.6 Battened tension members
       11.7 Laced tension members
       11.8 Tension members connected by perforated plates
       11.9 Tension members with components back to back
    12 Design of trusses
       12.1 General
       12.2 Limit states
       12.3 Analysis
       12.4 Effective length of compression members
       12.5 Unbraced compression chords
       12.6 Lateral bracing
       12.7 Curved members
       12.8 Gusset plates
    13 Design of base plates, cap plates and end plates
    14 Design of connections
       14.1 General
       14.2 Limit states
       14.3 Basis of design
       14.4 Splices
       14.5 Connections made with bolts, rivets or pins
       14.6 Welded connections
       14.7 Hybrid connections
       14.8 Lug angles
       14.9 Other attachments
    Annex A (informative) Evaluation of effective breadth ratios
          A.1 General
          A.2 Equivalent simply supported spans
          A.3 Point loads at mid-span
          A.4 Point loads not at mid-span
          A.5 Combination of loads
          A.6 Transverse distribution of stress
    Annex B (informative) Distortion and warping stresses in
                          box girders
          B.1 General
          B.2 Restraint of torsional warping
          B.3 Restraint of distortional warping
          B.4 Transverse distortional bending stresses
    Annex C (informative) Slenderness limitations for open
                          stiffeners
    Annex D (normative) Patch loading on webs
          D.1 Beams without longitudinal stiffeners on web
          D.2 Beams with longitudinal stiffeners on web
    Annex E (informative) Transverse moments in compression
                          flanges: U-frame restraints
    Annex F (informative) Buckling coefficients for transverse
                          members in compression flanges
    Annex G (informative) Equations used for production of
                          curves in figures

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    Gives recommendations for the design of structural steelwork in bridges.

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    Committee B/525/10
    Development Note Supersedes BS 5400-3(1982) and 95/102255 DC. (09/2002) Supersedes 05/30112697 DC. (05/2006)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

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    BS 5950-3.1(1990) : 1990 STRUCTURAL USE OF STEELWORK IN BUILDING - PART 3: DESIGN IN COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION - SECTION 3.1: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DESIGN OF SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS COMPOSITE BEAMS
    BS 5400-5(2005) : 2005 STEEL, CONCRETE AND COMPOSITE BRIDGES - PART 5: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE DESIGN OF COMPOSITE BRIDGES
    BS 6779-2(1991) : 1991 HIGHWAY PARAPETS FOR BRIDGES AND OTHER STRUCTURES - SPECIFICATION FOR VEHICLE CONTAINMENT PARAPETS OF CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
    09/30210211 DC : 0 BS EN ISO 19905-1 - PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - SITE-SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT OF MOBILE OFFSHORE UNITS - PART 1: JACK-UPS
    BS 5950-1(2000) : 2000 STRUCTURAL USE OF STEELWORK IN BUILDING - PART 1: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DESIGN - ROLLED AND WELDED SECTIONS
    BS 5400-9.1(1983) : 1983 STEEL, CONCRETE AND COMPOSITE BRIDGES - PART 9: BRIDGE BEARINGS - SECTION 9.1: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DESIGN OF BRIDGE BEARINGS
    BS EN ISO 19905-1:2016 (published 2016-02) Petroleum and natural gas industries. Site-specific assessment of mobile offshore units Jack-ups
    S157-17/S157.1-17 Strength design in aluminum / Commentary on CSA S157-17, Strength design in aluminum
    BS 8081(1989) : 1989 AMD 7268 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR GROUND ANCHORAGES
    BS PD6695-2(2008) : 2008 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE DESIGN OF BRIDGES TO BS EN 1993
    I.S. EN ISO 19905-1:2016 PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - SITE-SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT OF MOBILE OFFSHORE UNITS - PART 1: JACK-UPS (ISO 19905-1:2016)
    S6-14 Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code
    S6.1-14 Commentary on S6-14, Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code
    ISO 19905-1:2016 Petroleum and natural gas industries Site-specific assessment of mobile offshore units Part 1: Jack-ups
    BS 8081:1989 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR GROUND ANCHORAGES
    EN ISO 19905-1:2016 PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - SITE-SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT OF MOBILE OFFSHORE UNITS - PART 1: JACK-UPS (ISO 19905-1:2016)

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    BS 4190(2001) : 2001 ISO METRIC BLACK HEXAGON BOLTS, SCREWS AND NUTS - SPECIFICATION
    BS 5400-1(1988) : 1988 STEEL, CONCRETE AND COMPOSITE BRIDGES - GENERAL STATEMENT
    BS EN 10025 : 1993 HOT ROLLED PRODUCTS OF NON-ALLOY STRUCTURAL STEELS: TECHNICAL DELIVERY CONDITIONS
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    BS 2846-3(1975) : 1975 GUIDE TO STATISTICAL INTERPRETATION OF DATA - DETERMINATION OF A STATISTICAL TOLERANCE INTERVAL
    BS 3692(2001) : 2001 ISO METRIC PRECISION HEXAGON BOLTS, SCREWS AND NUTS - SPECIFICATION
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    BS EN 10056-2 : 1993 SPECIFICATION FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL EQUAL AND UNEQUAL ANGLES - PART 2: TOLERANCES ON SHAPE AND DIMENSIONS
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