Table of contents for Bridge rating practices and policies for overweight vehicles / consultants, Gongkang Fu and Clementine Fu.


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3     CHAPTER ONE        INTRODUCTION
Background, 3
Objective, 3
Approach, 3
Organization, 4
5     CHAPTER TWO        LITERATURE REVIEW
Iive Load Factor, 7
Live Load Distribution Factor, 8
Impact Factor 8
13    CHAPTER THREE        NONNITFORMITY IN PERMITTING SYSTEMS
Variation in Permit Types and Policies, 13
Variation i Permitting Business Processes, i5
Nonuniformity from Perspective of Industry 5
16    CHAPTER FOUR        BRIDGE EVAT IATION FOR OVERSIZE/OVERWLIGHT
PERMITTING
Variation in Evaluation and Rating Process, 16
Variation in valion and Rating Procedure 18
Summary, 20
21    CHAPTFR FIVE       EFFORTS POSSIBLY CONTRIBUTING TO IMPROVED
UNIFORMITY OF BRIDGE RATING FOR
OVERSIZE/OVERWEIGHT VEHICLES
New England Transportation Consortium, 21
Atlantic Canada, 21
Sioutheastern Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Multistate
Permit Group Survey, 23
Western Association of State Highway and 'Trnsportation Offcials Guide, 23
Illinois Department of Transportation oad and Resistance actor Rating Survey, 23
AASHTO BRIDGEWare, 24
Uniform Overdimensional and Overweight Permit Policy Proposed by Specialized
Carriers & Rigging Association, 24
Electionic Models for Bridges and Electronic Screening, 25
Southeastern Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Multistate
Permit Program, 25
Other, 26
27    CHAPTER SIX       CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE RESEARCH NE          EDS



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Bridges Live loads United States, Bridges Live loads Canada, Trucks Weight Government policy, Trucks Weight Evaluation, Bridges Law and legislation