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A question I posed before the Pooled Fund Website in 2013
"If you feel that the
Could you send me a copy of details of this? What is
|Date||May 10, 2016|
|Response||We recently had a student look through State DOT
standard plans and drawings for such cover plates. I have attached the
drawings that were located. Other states do something similar, but it may
not be in the standards.
These cover plates are largely untested, so the gap sizes that they can cover is not really known. Allowable gap size would be dependent upon plate and barrier shape, plate thickness, attachment hardware, and test level. We should know a lot more about such devices in a year or two as we currently have a Pooled Fund project to explore PCB gap hardware – YR 26 project.
|Date||May 17, 2016|
|Attachment||California Channel Closure.pdf|
|Attachment||Kansas Expansion Joint.pdf|
|Attachment||New York Cover Plate.pdf|
|Attachment||Wisconsin Cover Plates for Parapet.pdf|
|Attachment||Wisconsin Cover Plates for Parapet 2.pdf|
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