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NEMA - ANSI C136.36A - FOR ROADWAY AND AREA LIGHTING EQUIPMENT— ALUMINUM LIGHTING POLES Organization: NEMA
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: This standard includes nomenclature, dimensional data, performance criteria, and some interchangeability features for standard poles as well as those that must meet breakaway requirements for poles as described in AASHTO LTS Standard Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals.
NEMA - ANSI C136.45 - ROADWAY AND AREA LIGHTING EQUIPMENT - ALUMINUM LIGHTING POLES Organization: NEMA
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: This standard includes nomenclature, dimensional data, performance criteria, and some interchangeability features for standard poles as well as those that must meet breakaway requirements for poles as described in AASHTO LTS Standard Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals.
NEMA - ANSI C136.20 - FOR ROADWAY AND AREA LIGHTING EQUIPMENT– FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITE (FRC) LIGHTING POLES Organization: NEMA
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: This standard includes nomenclature, dimensional data, performance criteria, and some interchangeability features for standard poles as well as those that must meet breakaway requirements for poles as described in AASHTO LTS Standard Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals.
NEMA - ANSI C136.47 - ROADWAY AND AREA LIGHTING EQUIPMENT — STEEL ROADWAY AND AREA LIGHTING POLES Organization: NEMA
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: This standard includes nomenclature, dimensional data, performance criteria, and some interchangeability features for standard poles as well as those that must meet breakaway requirements for poles as described in Standard Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals, AASHTO LTS.
IES RP-8 - ROADWAY LIGHTING Organization: IES
Date: 2014-06-26
Description: The benefits of lighting should be considered against the drawbacks; engineering, capital and maintenance costs, energy use, appearance--particularly of overhead wires, but sometimes also of poles--the added fixed object hazard of poles, plus spill light on adjacent residential or commercial (i.e., outdoor dining) property and into the sky (affecting astronomical observations).
CRC - KE26801 - SOIL MECHANICS FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS, SECOND EDITION Organization: CRC
Date: 2015-03-24
Description: This text: Provides an introductory chapter on soil mechanics Explores the origin and description of soils and discusses soil shapes and gradations Presents the unique characteristics of clays Details soil classifications by the Unified Soil Classification System (also ASTM) and by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Highlights laboratory and field compaction techniques, including field specification and density testing,, and the CBR (California Bearing Ratio) method Discusses the flow of water through soils, defining hydraulic heads, as well as the two-dimensional flow net technique and a systematic approach to compute boundary water pressures Examines the concept of effective stress and its applications to various soil mechanics problems Explores stress increments in a soil mass due to various types of footing load on the ground Presents Terzaghi’s one-dimensional consolidation theory and its applications Covers Mohr’s circle from geotechnical perspectives with use of the pole, which is utilized in chapters relating to shear strength and lateral earth pressure Addresses the shear strength of soils, failure criteria, and laboratory as well as field shear strength determination techniques Evaluates at-rest earth pressure and the classic Rankine and Coulomb active and passive pressure theories and present critical review of those methods Reviews introductory foundation engineering and site exploration Describes the bearing capacity theory and, as an application, the shallow foundation design procedure Covers deep and shallow foundation design procedures Explains slope stability problems and remediation procedures, and more Soil Mechanics Fundamentals and Applications, Second Edition is a concise and thorough text that explains soil’s fundamental behavior and its applications to foundation designs and slope stability problems and incorporates basic engineering science knowledge with engineering practices and practical applications.

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