NCHRP Report 603: Transfer, Development, and Splice Length for Strand/Reinforcement in High-Strength Concrete
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NCHRP Report 603:
Transfer, Development, and Splice Length for Strand/Reinforcement in High-Strength Concrete
(2008)
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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 603: Transfer, Development, and Splice Length for Strand/Reinforcement in High-Strength Concrete explores recommended revisions to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) Bridge Design Specifications, which are designed to extend the applicability of the transfer, development, and splice length provisions for prestressed and non-prestressed concrete members to concrete strengths greater than 10 ksi.

Appendices A and B are published as part of NCHRP Report 603. Appendices C through I are available online via the links below:

* Appendix C: Rectangular Beam Summariesâ€"Strand D

* Appendix D: Rectangular Beam Summariesâ€"Strands A&B

* Appendix E: Rectangular Beam Summariesâ€"Strand A (0.6 in.)

* Appendix F: I-Beam Summariesâ€"0.5-in. Strand

* Appendix G: I-Beam Summariesâ€"0.6-in. Strand

* Appendix H: AASHTO Mxxxâ€"Standard Test Method for the Bond of Prestressing Strands

* Appendix I: NASP Test Protocols

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  • Transportation — Design
  • Transportation — Bridges and Other Structures
  • Transportation — Materials
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