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Here are the drawings for New Jersey shaped PCB that is anchored on our structures. These standards are followed on structures or if there is limited deflection.
The run of New Jersey shaped PCB before anchored pieces do not have to be anchored and have a deflection of 5.5'. Here is the drawing for that.
I will not be in the office very much this week, no hurry on this. Thanks for your time. Let me know if you need any additional information.
|Date||July 13, 2009|
We developed just such an approach transition for the Kansas F-shape PCB. MwRSF Report no. TRP-03-180-06 details the transition.
While the transition we designed worked successfully with the Kansas F-shape barrier, we have concerns with regards to how it will function with your PCB design. I will try to lay out these concerns below.
At this time, if you need to have anchored barrier sections and an approach transition from free-standing barrier, we would suggest using the Kansas F-shape design and the transition and tie-down systems we have tested with it.
In order to adapt your barrier to safely use the approach transition, we would recommend that you change your current barrier and anchorage system to:
|Date||July 16, 2009|
|Attachment||B-180 - Asphalt Tiedown & Transition for TCB acceptance letter.pdf|
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