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Figure 12.24 Strengthening methods of bridge components.
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Following the National Bridge Inventory rating, Pontis provides bridge substructure as a default element category de nition. Speci c elements can constitute a condition. Elements can be user de ned or drawn from a list of default element de nitions. Piers, pier walls, and abutments of various materials (concrete, reinforced concrete, masonry, and timber) are included. Condition states and actions for each element are provided. A reinforced concrete submerged pile (Element 227) in Condition State 3 (exposed steel) would require cleaning and patching (action item 41). Pontis allows users to de ne condition units that are in different environments as parts of the same element and may have different conditions. BRIDGIT is similar to Pontis in inventory and condition rating. BRIDGIT appears to offer some additional exibility in bridge-speci c condition data such as load rating. User de ned data items can be added to the inventory and in a given condition state, condition information is included as a percentage of a particular element. Pontis consists primarily of commonly recognized (CoRe) elements and smart ags. In addition, it consists of any sub-elements, smart ags and special non-CoRe elements. 1. CoRe elements are commonly recognized nationwide. A CoRe element will have nationwide consistency regarding condition, units of measure, and relationship to NBI.
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