Concrete Pipe Design Manual.
INDEX OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2. HYDRAULICS OF SEWERS
Chapter 3. HYDRAULICS OF CULVERTS
Chapter 4. LOADS AND SUPPORTING STRENGTHS
Chapter 5. SUPPLEMENTAL DATA
APPENDIX B Marston/Spangler Design Procedure
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
FOREWORD: The principal objective in compiling the material for this CONCRETE PIPE DESIGN MANUAL was to present data and information on the design of concrete pipe systems in a readily usable form. The Design Manual is a companion volume to the CONCRETE PIPE HANDBOOK which provides an up-to-date compilation of the concepts and theories which form the basis for the design and installation of precast concrete pipe sewers and culverts and explanations for the charts, tables and design procedures summarized in the Design Manual. Special recognition is acknowledged for the contribution of the staff of the American Concrete Pipe Association and the technical review and assistance of the engineers of the member companies of the Association in preparing this Design Manual.
Also acknowledged is the development work of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, American Society of Civil Engineers, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, U. S. Federal Highway Administration, Bureau of Reclamation, Iowa State University, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Water Environment Federation, and many others. Credit for much of the data in this Manual goes to the engineers of these organizations and agencies. Every effort has been made to assure accuracy, and technical data are considered reliable, but no guarantee is made or liability assumed.
CONCRETE PIPE DESIGN MANUAL CD
Engineers responsible for the design and specification of precast concrete pipe for sanitary sewer, storm drain and culvert applications will find the Concrete Pipe Design Manual an indispensable aid in selecting the type, size and strength requirements of pipe. Revised to include the most current design procedures, the Concrete Pipe Design Manual is now available in an electronic format. This searchable CD includes the same text information as the hardbound manual and provides quick access to:
• Standard Installations using the indirect design method to facilitate the design of a costeffective concrete pipe.
• More than 330 pages of tables and figures covering hydraulics of sewers and culverts, live loads and earth loads, supporting strengths and supplemental design data.
• Detailed example problems of specific applications illustrating the proper use of the timesaving design aids included in the Concrete Pipe Design Manual. In addition to new state-of-the-art beddings developed over many years of investigation and research into the behavior of concrete pipe in the buried condition, the Concrete Pipe Design Manual CD contains the proven Marston/Spangler design procedure and beddings. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader Software. A link to the Adobe web site for this FREE software is located in the GET ACROBAT READER.doc on this CD.
AMERICAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION:
Founded in 1907, the American Concrete Pipe Association (ACPA) is a non-profit organization composed of manufacturers of concrete pipe and box culverts located throughout the United States, Canada and in over 30 foreign countries. ACPA membership also includes manufacturers and providers of equipment and services to the concrete pipe industry. The Association provides members with research, technical, educational, government relations and marketing support to promote and advance the use of
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