Technical Record of Design and Construction: Flaming Gorge Dam and Powerplant. Constructed 1958-1964, Colorado River Storage Project, Utah

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Page 169 - I bars so placed that more than 12 inches of concrete is cast in the member below the bar. In case of uncertainties regarding classification of horizontal bars, use bond stress for top bars. * Deformations for high-bond bars shall conform to the requirements of ASTM Designation A. 305(latest edition) '"n 15 12 10 8
Page 169 - REINFORCEMENT k 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.40 ^R 157 196 235 294 WORKING STRESSES FOR REINFORCEMENT Tension in flexural members with or without axial loads. Intermediate and hard-grade steel f, 20,000 Tension in *eb reinforcement Intermediate grade steel f s 16,000 Compression in column verticals and flexural members (Intermediate grade steel)
Page 317 - the type and size or capacity of a particular make and model of equipment were not stated in the original report, these have been obtained from current construction equipment catalogs. As specifications for a particular model may vary from year to year, some minor discrepancies may exist between the reported size or capacity and that of the equipment actually used.
Page 11 - Where the type and size or capacity of a particular make and model of equipment were not stated in the original report, these have been obtained from current construction equipment catalogs. As specifications for a particular model may vary from year to year, some minor discrepancies may exist between the reported size or capacity and that of the equipment actually used.
Page 6 - _l/Where the type and size or capacity of a particular make and model of equipment were not stated in the original report, these have been obtained from current construction equipment catalogs. As specifications for a particular model may vary from year to year, some minor discrepancies may exist between the reported size or capacity and that of the equipment actually used.
Page 218 - combinations of these stresses were increased according to the Navy standard noted. A factor of safety of not less than 5, based on the ultimate strength of the material and rated capacity of the crane, was used in the design of all mechanical parts.
Page 89 - pounds per square inch. Equivalent stress in the skinplate due to beam bending and skinplate bending was limited to 20,000 pounds per square inch. A portion of the skinplate was considered to be an integral part of the upstream beam flanges. The skinplate was also assumed to act as a haunched continuous beam with the supports on the
Page 122 - Material Steel Bolt steel Cast steel Brass or bronze Type Rolled or forged Rolled or forged Castings Rolled or cast Percent of yield point 40 25 33 33 Percent of ultimate strength 25 16.5 20

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