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John W. Fisher papers

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Collection Inventory

Canadian National Railways (CNR).
Box 1 File Folder 1
Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster (1975, Mile 118.7, Yale Subdivision): Aim to replace deteriorating timber trestle (with steel equivalent).
Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1.1
Technical Drawings: Details of floorbeams, diagonals, and posts.
Folder 1 Box 1 Item 1.1.1
Photographs: Mile 118.7, Yale (15 count).
Item 1.1.2 Box 1 Folder 1
Telephone Calls: Conversation notes between Fisher and R. Sweeney (Feb-June 1975).
Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1.1.3
Written Correspondence: Early correspondence detailing bridge history and characteristics as well as possible solutions.
Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1.1.4
Stresses in Hangers: Design calculations and structural analysis of hangers for each proposed scenario.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.5 Box 1
Stress Cycles: Graphed stress cycles under various loading conditions, includes reference material Report No. ER-87 “The Effect of Unit Trains on Stress Occurrences”.
Box 1 Item 1.1.6 Folder 1
Fracture and Fracture Strength: Calculations and analysis of pin plate connections and joints.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.7 Box 1
Traffic: History of traffic patterns with computed force distributions and design calculations by R. Sweeney.
Box 1 Item 1.1.8 Folder 1
Inspection Trip: Notes detailing the physical condition of the bridge and all connection conditions.
Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1.1.9
CNR Strain Gauge Testing: Test conducted and report written by R.M. Hardy Associates Ltd.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.10 Box 1
CNR Investigative Report: Remaining useful life of Fraser River Bridge (1975).
Box 1 Item 1.1.11 Folder 1
Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster (1976, Mile 118.7, Yale Subdivision): Remediate damage caused by barge accident.
Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1.2
News Articles: Newspaper clippings of barge accident.
Item 1.2.1 Box 1 Folder 1
Damage Analysis: Report on estimated fatigue damage of Fraser River Bridge (1976, Fisher).
Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1.2.2
Investigation of estimated fatigue damage (1979, CN Rail).
Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1
Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster (1991): In-depth inspection and evaluation report (Draft copy produced by Modjeski and Masters).
Item 1.3 Box 1 Folder 1

Cisco Railway Bridge (1977, Mile 103.7, Ashcroft Subdivision): Aim to restore bridge after fire.
Box 2 Folder 1 Item 1.4
Personal Notes: Contain telephone conversations with R. Sweeney as well as rough calculations (References Basic Column Strength by ASCE).
Folder 1 Box 2 Item 1.4.1
Technical Drawings: Depict damaged sections, includes structural and member analysis.
Item 1.4.2 Box 2 Folder 1
Ottawa River Bridge (1980, Mile 21.4, Kingston Subdivision): In-depth fatigue damage assessment (Vol. I, CNR).
Box 2 Item 1.5 Folder 1
Assiniboine River Bridge (1980, Mile 50.4, Rivers Subdivision): In-depth fatigue damage assessment (Vol. I II, CNR).
Folder 1 Box 2 Item 1.6
Quebec Cartier Mining Bridge (1978, CANAC Consultants Ltd.): Assessment of carrying capacity and useful life.
Box 2 File Folder 2

AREA Special Project (1983-1985, S. Beisler): Investigation of loading frequency and evaluation of stress cycles of railway bridges.
Box 3 File Folder 3
French Broad Ivy Bridge (1983, Mile S-161.2): Includes correspondence between Fisher, A. Piepmeier, and H. Cundiff pertaining to frequency of loading.
Folder 3 Box 3 Item 3.1
Fatigue Assessment of Railway Bridges (1985): Correspondence between Fisher and colleagues discussing assistant S. Beisler research of loading frequency and fatigue.
Box 3 Item 3.2 Folder 3
Shiloh-Cargill Tank Failure (1978-1982, Dayton Ohio): Analysis of tank failure.
Box 3 File Folder 4
Technical Drawings: Details of access door, tank, and door repair.
Folder 4 Box 3 Item 4.1
Photographs: Linden, Indiana (5 count), Dayton, Ohio (17 count).
Folder 4 Item 4.2 Box 3
Written Correspondence: Details tank failure, includes the Packer Engineering report, cost estimates of damage.
Folder 4 Item 4.3.1 Box 3
Conversation between Fisher, Fang Associates, Inc. and Shiloh Tank Erection Co., Inc. analyzing causes of failure and details an improved design to resist failure.
Folder 4 Box 3 Item 4.3.2
Jeddo-Highland Coal Crane Failure (1981): Boom failure due to fatigue cracking.
File Folder 5 Box 3
Includes correspondence between Fisher and Jeddo-Highland, technical drawings, and analysis and calculations.
Item 1 Box 3 Folder 5
Ontario Hydro (1980): Determination of connection type/size for intake structure.
File Folder 6 Box 3
Technical Drawings: Details of intake structure girder and floatation ring.
Item 6.1 Folder 6 Box 3
Written Correspondence: Ontario Hydro seeks guidance in the analysis of connection types from Fisher and M. Tse.
Box 3 Item 6.2 Folder 6
Caltrans Light Pole Test (1981): Test study conducted on connection mechanisms.
Box 3 File Folder 7
Test Setup: Technical drawings detailing test setup specifications.
Folder 7 Item 7.1 Box 3
Static Load Tests: Computed strain and deflection values for each specimen.
Box 3 Item 7.2 Folder 7
Dynamic Load Tests: Fatigue test of light poles.
Box 3 Folder 7 Item 7.3
Load Displacement and Summary: Load/strain graphs, includes chart detailing conclusions.
Folder 7 Item 7.4 Box 3
Photographs: Black and white photos with description (35 count).
Box 3 Item 7.5 Folder 7
Bechtel Tests (1978-1980, Callaway Site): Various tests conducted plates and connections.
File Folder 8 Box 3
Embedded Plates with Bent Studs (1978).
Folder 8 Item 8.1 Box 3
Written Correspondence: Between Fisher and Bechtel Power Co., includes preliminary draft.
Item 8.1.1 Box 3 Folder 8
Final Report: Embedded Plates with Bent Studs (prepared by K. Parikh).
Item 8.1.2 Box 3 Folder 8
Welds of Anchor Rods and Studs (1980).
Item 8.2 Box 3 Folder 8
Pull Rod Test: Includes results, schematic, and photos (2 count).
Folder 8 Box 3 Item 8.2.1
Correspondence: Details conversation between Bechtel and Fisher, also includes receipts, work orders, and draft of report.
Item 8.2.2 Box 3 Folder 8
Analysis: Detailed testing procedure and report on welds of anchor rods and studs, references “Anchorage to Concrete” by R.W.Cannon et al.
Folder 8 Item 8.2.3 Box 3

Pumphouse (1981): Testing procedure on failed anchor studs.
Folder 8 Box 4 Item 8.3
Norfolk and Western Hannibal Bridge (1984, No. 234): Assessment of fatigue damage.
Box 4 File Folder 9
Written Correspondence: Includes notes, work orders, and photographs (copied).
Item 9.1 Folder 9 Box 4
Report: Final assessment (Report No. 484.1(84)): PDF Available at HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-fritz-lab-reports/2283/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-fritz-lab-reports/2283/.
Folder 9 Box 4 Item 9.2
AISC Specification Documents (1970-1994).
File Folder 1 Box 4
Bolts (1994): Changes to tension slip and bolt bearing specifications.
Box 4 Item 1.1 Folder 1
Correspondence: Detailed communication between committee members as well as final draft.
Item 1.1.1 Box 4 Folder 1
Testing: Results of bearing tests and calculated bolt bearing value.
Box 4 Item 1.1.2 Folder 1
High Strength Bolts (1992): AISC Task Committee 110 (TC110).
Folder 1 Item 1.2 Box 4
Correspondence: Detailed conversation between committee members about specification changes.
Folder 1 Item 1.2.1 Box 4
Final Draft: Notes from the Nov. 1992 meeting, includes final specification changes.
Folder 1 Item 1.2.2 Box 4
Block Shear (1978).
Item 1.3 Folder 1 Box 4
Photographs: Depict beam web test (10 count).
Folder 1 Box 4 Item 1.3.1
Correspondence: Details of specification changes related to block shear, includes some personal notes and calculations.
Box 4 Folder 1 Item 1.3.2
Report on Bearing Strength of Bolted Connections (P.C. Birkemoe): Includes draft.
Folder 1 Box 4 Item 1.3.3
Connections (1978): Changes in shear lag specifications for welded connections (TC108).
Folder 1 Box 4 Item 1.4
Connections (LRFD Spec.) (1981): Changes in LRFD specifications.
Folder 1 Box 4 Item 1.5
Correspondence (1980): Finalized specification changes.
Box 4 Item 1.5.1 Folder 1
Correspondence (1981): Detailed conversation between the Committee on Building Specifications discussing LRFD changes.
Folder 1 Item 1.5.2 Box 4
Progress Report (1975): Tentative Load and Resistance Factor Design Criteria for Connections (T.V. Galambos and M.K. Ravindra) (2 count).
Box 4 Folder 1 Item 1.5.3

Connections (1985): Load introduction.
Item 1.6 Folder 1 Box 5
Correspondence: AISC Task Committee 108 (TC108).
Box 5 Item 1.6.1 Folder 1
Report: Additions and adaptations made by TC108, includes“Behavior of Webs of Rolled Sections Under In-Plane Compressive Edge Loads” (by M. Elgaaly, R. Salkar).
Box 5 Item 1.6.2 Folder 1
LRFD Specification (1981).
Item 1.7 Folder 1 Box 5
Correspondence: Correspondence detailing the simplification of the revised LRFD specification.
Item 1.7.1 Folder 1 Box 5
Tentative Load and Resistance Factor Design Criteria for Steel Buildings.
Item 1.7.2 Folder 1 Box 5
Load and Resistance Factor Design of Steel Building Structures.
Box 5 Folder 1 Item 1.7.3
Load Factors for Wind and Snow Loads for use in Load and Resistance Factor Design Criteria.
Folder 1 Item 1.7.4 Box 5
Load and Resistance Factor Design Criteria for Steel Beams.
Box 5 Folder 1 Item 1.7.5
Tenative Load and Resistance Factor Design Criteria for Steel Plate Girders.
Item 1.7.6 Box 5 Folder 1
Teaching LRFD: AISC initail publication.
Item 1.7.7 Box 5 Folder 1
Engineering Journal (AISC): Intro to LRFD and proposed criteria.
Box 5 Item 1.7.8 Folder 1
AISC Project 327: Study of Structural Reliability.
Item 1.8 Box 5 Folder 1
Correspondence: Letter from T.V. Galambos (credited for reports).
Item 1.8.1 Box 5 Folder 1
Finalized Report: Includes ‘Load and Resistance Factor Design of Anchor Bolts’, ‘Reliability of Welded Connections’, ‘Reliability of Connections, Joints and Fasteners’.
Box 5 Item 1.8.2 Folder 1

Heavy Sections and Plates (1988).
Folder 1 Item 1.9 Box 6
Correspondence (1988): AISC committee on heavy shapes.
Item 1.9.1 Folder 1 Box 6
Correspondence (1992): Revision of 1988 specifications.
Box 6 Folder 1 Item 1.9.2
Composite Issues (1984): Study of design methods for composite flooring.
Folder 1 Item 1.1 Box 6
Welds.
Box 6 Item 1.11 Folder 1
Report (1977): “Weldling in Structural Steel” (O.W. Blodgett).
Box 6 Folder 1 Item 1.11.1
Correspondence (1980): TC110 revision of weld specifications.
Item 1.11.2 Box 6 Folder 1
Report of Structural Steel Welding Committee of the American Bureau of Welding (Sept. 1931).
Box 6 Item 1.11.3 Folder 1
AISC Committee on Specification Meetings.
Box 6 File Folder 2
Committee on Specifications (Sept. 21, 1988).
Item 2.1 Box 6 Folder 2
Summary Report.
Box 6 Item 2.1.1 Folder 2
Reliability of Structural Steel Systems (T.V. Galambos).
Box 6 Folder 2 Item 2.1.2
TC 108 (Nov. 17, 1992): Connections and Force Introduction.
Box 6 Folder 2 Item 2.2
Committee on Specifications (Nov. 18, 1992).
Box 6 Folder 2 Item 2.3
Summary Report.
Box 6 Item 2.3.1 Folder 2
Correspondence: Documented studies pertaining to specification changes.
Folder 2 Box 6 Item 2.3.2
Committee on Specifications (Nov. 17 1993).
Folder 2 Item 2.4 Box 6
Summary Report.
Box 6 Folder 2 Item 2.4.1
Correspondence: Detailed conversation about specification revisions.
Item 2.4.2 Box 6 Folder 2
Committee on Specifications (Nov. 17, 1994).
Folder 2 Item 2.5 Box 6
Full Report.
Box 6 Folder 2 Item 2.5.1
Correspondence: Detailed discussion about specification changes.
Item 2.5.2 Box 6 Folder 2

Slide Presentations.
Box 7 File Folder 1
Slides on Railroad Bridge Structures.
Folder 1 Item 1.1 Box 7
I-24 Cores (1988): Includes presentation notes as well as enlarged photos of select slides.
Box 7 Folder 1 Item 1.1.1
New Jersey Bridge Inspection (1990): Includes notes and enlarged photos.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.2 Box 7
Canadian National: Misc bridges.
Item 1.1.3 Box 7 Folder 1
Burlington Northern: Misc bridges.
Folder 1 Box 7 Item 1.1.4
Corrosion: Includes presentation notes.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.5 Box 7
Misc Bridges.
Item 1.1.6 Folder 1 Box 7
Steel Trestle.
Item 1.2 Box 7 Folder 1
Railroad Structural Problems: Includes correspondence.
Folder 1 Box 7 Item 1.3

Introduction to Bridge Types: Includes presentation notes and enlarged photos.
Item 1.4 Folder 1 Box 8
Weathered Steel (LRFD).
Item 1.5 Box 8 Folder 1
Bridge Instructor Courses.
Box 8 Item 1.6 Folder 1
Loadings and Stresses.
Box 8 Item 1.6.1 Folder 1
Railroad Bridges.
Item 1.6.2 Folder 1 Box 8
PennDOT Training Course (1995).
Folder 1 Box 8 Item 1.7
Clover Power Plant (1997): Bolt failure of flue gas stack.
Box 8 File Folder 1
Personal Notes: Includes design review and revision notes.
Item 1.1 Box 8 Folder 1
Correspondence: Detailed conversation between ATLASS and Bechtel Corporation about design revisions.
Item 1.2 Box 8 Folder 1
Filene Center Failure (1985, Wolf Trap): Box girder failure.
File Folder 2 Box 8
Interim Report 1: Evaluation of Failure of Box Girder at Filene Center.
Folder 2 Box 8 Item 2.1
Interim Report 2: Test Samples Removed from Filene Center Girders.
Item 2.2 Folder 2 Box 8
Final Report: Filene Center Girders: Material Properties, Analysis, and Recommendations.
Box 8 Folder 2 Item 2.3
Slides: Slides of all photos used.
Box 8 Item 2.4 Folder 2

Guyed Tower (1998, Ehresmann): Tower Failure.
Box 9 File Folder 3
Correspondence (May-June 1998): Include references to studies and papers as well as test results and analysis.
Box 9 Folder 3 Item 3.1
Correspondence (July-December 1998): Include references to studies and papers as well as test results and analysis.
Folder 3 Item 3.2 Box 9
Notes: Include personal notes, calculations, analysis and test results.
Folder 3 Box 9 Item 3.3
Flynn vs. Ehresmann Engineering.
Box 9 Folder 3 Item 3.4
Williamsburg Bridge Corrosion (1987-1988).
Box 9 File Folder 4
Bridge Inspections: Includes inspections 1979 through 1986 as well as technical drawings.
Item 4.1 Box 9 Folder 4
Photographs: Bridge details (5 count, plus duplicates).
Item 4.2 Folder 4 Box 9
Notes: Personal notes and preliminary drafts for corrosion report.
Box 9 Item 4.3 Folder 4
Correspondence: Includes references and advice from colleagues.
Box 9 Folder 4 Item 4.4
Final Report: Corrosion of the Williamsburg Bridge Structural Steel Members.
Box 9 Folder 4 Item 4.5
Canadian National: Grand Narrows Bridge (1987, No. 160).
File Folder 5 Box 9
Photographs.
Item 5.1 Box 9 Folder 5
Grand Narrows Test No. 1.
Box 9 Item 5.1.1 Folder 5
CN Hanger No. 2.
Folder 5 Box 9 Item 5.1.2
Dirt Water Control.
Box 9 Folder 5 Item 5.1.3
CN Test in Lab.
Box 9 Item 5.1.4 Folder 5
Grand Narrows: 23-3R.
Box 9 Folder 5 Item 5.1.5
Grand Narrows: 24-3R.
Box 9 Item 5.1.6 Folder 5
Personal Notes: Includes calculations, figures, and some reference material.
Folder 5 Box 9 Item 5.2
Correspondence: Details conversation between Fisher and R. Sweeney.
Item 5.3 Folder 5 Box 9
Reports: Summary of the results and evaluation of two hangers and floorbeam stringer.
Box 9 Folder 5 Item 5.4

Mianus River Bridge Collapse (June 28, 1983): Sudden collapse of 100 foot suspension span.
Box 10 File Folder 6
Photographs.
Item 6.1 Box 10 Folder 6
Misc.
Folder 6 Item 6.1.1 Box 10
SEM Fractographs 12.
Folder 6 Item 6.1.2 Box 10
SEM Fractographs 12 (after Alconox cleaning).
Box 10 Folder 6 Item 6.1.3
SEM 52.
Folder 6 Box 10 Item 6.1.4
TEM Fractographs (end bolt 61-4).
Box 10 Folder 6 Item 6.1.5
TEM Fractographs 12.
Folder 6 Box 10 Item 6.1.6
TEM Fractographs (61-2).
Item 6.1.7 Box 10 Folder 6
Metallography 12.
Box 10 Item 6.1.8 Folder 6
SEM 23.
Box 10 Item 6.1.9 Folder 6
Test Results and Calculations.
Box 10 Item 6.2 Folder 6
National Transportation Safety Board Highway Accident Report: Collapse of a Suspended Span of Interstate Route 95 Highway Bridge over Mianus River (Greenwich, CT): Available online at ; HYPERLINK "http://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/summary/HAR8403.htm" \h ;http://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/summary/HAR8403.htm.
Box 10 Item 6.3 Folder 6
Mianus Bridge Progress Report #16 (August 29, 1984).
Folder 6 Item 6.4 Box 10
Final Report on Mianus River Bridge Material, Fracture Surfaces, and Special Tests.
Box 10 Folder 6 Item 6.5
Paul Sudol Thesis (1984): Failure Analysis of a Skewed Double Cantilever Suspended Span Bridge.
Box 10 File Folder 7
A Thesis Presented to the Graduate Committee of Lehigh University in Candidacy for the Degree of Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Lehigh University.
Folder 7 Box 10 Item 7.1
Reference Material: Includes figures, test results, and newspaper clippings.
Box 10 Item 7.2 Folder 7

Queens Boulevard Bridge (1982).
File Folder 8 Box 11
Photographs: (25 count).
Item 8.1 Folder 8 Box 11
Correspondence: Detailed conversation as well as notes and some calculations.
Folder 8 Item 8.2 Box 11
Sudan Railways Corporation (1979-1981).
Box 11 File Folder 9
Correspondence: Includes details of conversations via letters and texts as well as personal notes, work orders, pricing and some calculations.
Folder 9 Item 9.1 Box 11
1980.
Box 11 Folder 9 Item 9.1.1
1981.
Folder 9 Box 11 Item 9.1.2
Part 1: Proposals for Field Studies of Sudan Railroad Bridges (1980), (2 copies).
Box 11 Folder 9 Item 9.2
Estimated Fatigue Damage in a Railway Truss Bridge: An Analytical and Experimental Evaluation (A. De Luca).
Box 11 Item 9.3 Folder 9
I-81 Fire Damaged Steel Bridge Girder (1994): Fisher consulted on bridge repair, includes correspondence, technical drawings and photos (6 count).
Box 11 File Folder 1
Degenkolb (1991): Kaiser Oakland weld evaluation, includes analysis, schematics, calculations and recommended repair.
File Folder 2 Box 11
Dessau-Beauharnois Bridge (1990): Loose bolt connections on small suspension bridge.
Box 11 File Folder 3
Bethlehem Corp. Railroad Turntable (1992, HNTB): Consulted on constructibility, weldability, and expected lifespan of the structure.
Box 11 File Folder 4
Wabasha Street Bridge, St. Paul (1989, Sverdrup Corp.): Fatigue analysis of segmented truss span.
File Folder 5 Box 11
Correspondence: Includes analysis results, calculations, and some photos.
Box 11 Folder 5 Item 5.1
Technical Drawings: Bridge details.
Folder 5 Item 5.2 Box 11
Analysis.
Item 5.3 Folder 5 Box 11
Instrumentation and Testing of the Wabasha Street Bridge (1988).
Folder 5 Box 11 Item 5.3.1
Wabasha Street Bridge Fatigue Analysis Report.
Folder 5 Item 5.3.2 Box 11
Final Fatigue Analysis Report.
Folder 5 Item 5.3.3 Box 11
Gerald Desmond Bridge, Long Beach, Ca. (1993, WJE): Assessment of core samples.
Box 11 File Folder 6
Correspondence: Includes photos and background information.
Box 11 Folder 6 Item 6.1
Technical Drawings: Structure details as well as location plan.
Folder 6 Box 11 Item 6.2

Bridge Inspection (1989-1991, Baker): Bridge Inspector Training Manual revision.
File Folder 7 Box 12
West End Bridge, Pittsburgh (1990): Assessment of hanger cable capacity.
Box 12 File Folder 8
Southwest Steel Company, Inc. (1993): Coupling failure of steel sucker rods, includes analysis, notes, and reference material.
File Folder 9 Box 12
Lacy Murrow Bridge (1992): Anchor eyebar pipe attachment.
Box 12 File Folder 10
Notes: Includes calculations, notes, correspondence and test results.
Folder 10 Item 10.1 Box 12
Investigative Report on the L.V. Murrow Replacement Bridge.
Item 10.2 Box 12 Folder 10
Prestressed Concrete Pipe (1993, WJE): Analysis.
File Folder 11 Box 12
CTA Green Bridge Assessment (1994, WJE): Fatigue analysis.
File Folder 12 Box 12
Correspondence: Detailed conversation as well as notes and test results.
Folder 12 Box 12 Item 12.1
Fatigue Evaluation of the CTA “Green” Structure (1994): Submitted the Envirodyne Engineers for the Chicago Transit Authority.
Item 12.2 Box 12 Folder 12
PennDOT Seminar (2/13/90): Includes correspondence and course overview.
File Folder 13 Box 12
Bridge Substructure Fatigue Failure.
Box 12 Folder 13 Item 13.1
PennDOT Aluminum Specifications.
Item 13.2 Box 12 Folder 13
Union Refinery Fire (1984, Bethlehem Steel Corp.).
File Folder 14 Box 12
Technical Drawings: Includes details of the fire damaged structure and proposed changes.
Box 12 Folder 14 Item 14.1
Correspondence: Details of conversations, includes assessments, personal notes as well as some photos.
Folder 14 Box 12 Item 14.2
1984 Correspondence.
Folder 14 Item 14.2.1 Box 12
1985 Correspondence.
Folder 14 Box 12 Item 14.2.2
1986 Correspondence.
Box 12 Item 14.2.3 Folder 14
Baldwin Bridge (1991, ConnDOT): Analysis of tramrail brackets for the new Baldwin Bridge.
File Folder 15 Box 12
Test Reports.
Box 12 Item 15.1 Folder 15
Metallographic and Metallurgical Evaluation of Eight (Total) Flame Cut, Drilled and Punched Holes (Feb. 12, 1991).
Folder 15 Box 12 Item 15.1.1
Addenda to Metallographic and Metallurgical Evaluation of Eight (Total) Flame Cut, and Drilled and Punched Holes (Feb. 26, 1991).
Folder 15 Item 15.1.2 Box 12
Metallographic and Metallurgical Evaluation of One Flame Cut, Stress Relieved and Machined Hole (March 22, 1991).
Item 15.1.3 Folder 15 Box 12
Correspondence: Detailed conversation including personal notes, calculations, sketches and schematics.
Item 15.2 Box 12 Folder 15
Items #1-17: Items correspond to reports.
Folder 15 Box 12 Item 15.3

Groove Welds (1993, MARTA): Examination of Box Girder Groove Weld Core Samples (Pier 29).
File Folder 16 Box 13
I-79 Neville Island (2003-2004, No. 8 9): Fatigue cracking studies.
File Folder 17 Box 13
Personal Notes: Includes correspondence, calculations, preliminary reports and analysis.
Box 13 Folder 17 Item 17.1
Summary of Field Inspection and Recommended Additional Tasks Related to the Fatigue and Fracture Evaluation of the I-79 Neville Island Bridges and Ramps.
Item 17.2 Folder 17 Box 13
I-79 Over Neville Island Fatigue Crack Type “K” Information and Plans.
Item 17.3 Box 13 Folder 17
Final Report (ATLASS Report No. 05-02): Field Testing and Fatigue Evaluation of the I-79 Neville Island Bridge Over the Ohio River: PDF Available at ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/57/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/57/.
Box 13 Folder 17 Item 17.4
Birmingham Bridge Studies (2002-2005, Brady St. PA): Floor beam connection cracking.
Box 13 File Folder 18
Correspondence: Detailed conversation between ATLSS and PennDOT, includes personal notes and preliminary analysis.
Folder 18 Box 13 Item 18.1
Reports.
Folder 18 Item 18.2 Box 13
Proposals and Procedures: Proposal for Field Inspection, Instrumentation, Controlled Load Testing and Monitoring, Project Specific Quality Management Plan.
Folder 18 Item 18.2.1 Box 13
Birmingham Bridge Crack Details: Includes photos and schematics.
Item 18.2.2 Folder 18 Box 13
Summary of Inspection of Floorbeam Fatigue Cracks for Field View.
Box 13 Item 18.2.3 Folder 18
Results of Field Monitoring Prototype Floorbeam Connection Retrofit Details on the Birmingham Bridge: PDF Available at ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/42/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/42/.
Box 13 Item 18.2.4 Folder 18
Report on Field Inspection, Assessment, and Analysis of Floorbeam Connection Cracking on the Birmingham Bridge, Pittsburgh PA: PDF Available at ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/24/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/24/.
Box 13 Folder 18 Item 18.2.5

Schulkill River Bridge, Pottstown PA (2003-2004, SR 422): Girder fracture investigation.
Box 14 File Folder 19
Correspondence: Emails include preliminary findings, reports, photos and analysis.
Box 14 Item 19.1 Folder 19
Photographs: Photocopies of photos taken at the site with commentary.
Folder 19 Item 19.2 Box 14
Report: Failure Analysis of the US 422 Girder Fracture (Includes draft): PDF Available at ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/53/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/53/.
Folder 19 Box 14 Item 19.3
Grumman Bus Files (1981-1986, NJ Transit.): Fatigue testing of Grumman bus Model 870.
File Folder 1 Box 14
Test Program Detailed Report.
Item 1.1 Folder 1 Box 14
Reports.
Folder 1 Item 1.2 Box 14
Cracking of an Unmodified Engine Cradle During Fatigue Testing.
Item 1.2.1 Folder 1 Box 14
Cracking of the Engine Cradle, Bus No. 227.
Folder 1 Item 1.2.2 Box 14
Structural Inspections, Bus Model 870.
Box 14 Folder 1 Item 1.2.3
An Assessment of the Structural Modifications, Dynamic Tests of the Grumman FlXible Model 870 Bus, and the Study of Grumman FlXible 870 Advanced Design Bus Structural Failures.
Folder 1 Box 14 Item 1.2.4
Testing of the Grumman Model 870 Bus (Feb. 1981).
Item 1.2.5 Folder 1 Box 14
Correspondence: Includes detailed conversation about bus modifications and analysis as well as some newspaper articles.
Box 14 Item 1.3 Folder 1

Project No. 399 (1977): Fracture analysis of full size beams with welded lateral attachements.
File Folder 2 Box 15
Complete File Overview: Includes original index and corresponding figure identification.
Item 2.1 Box 15 Folder 2
Lateral Attachment: Includes load history and dimension detail of beams.
Folder 2 Item 2.2 Box 15
Loads.
Folder 2 Item 2.2.1 Box 15
Temperature Data.
Item 2.2.2 Folder 2 Box 15
Crack Documentation.
Box 15 Item 2.2.3 Folder 2
Cover Plate: Includes load history and dimension detail of beams.
Box 15 Item 2.3 Folder 2
Loads.
Box 15 Folder 2 Item 2.3.1
Temperature Data.
Box 15 Folder 2 Item 2.3.2
Crack Documentation.
Item 2.3.3 Box 15 Folder 2
Transverse Stiffeners: Includes load history and dimension detail of beams.
Item 2.4 Folder 2 Box 15
Loads.
Item 2.4.1 Folder 2 Box 15
Temperature Data.
Folder 2 Item 2.4.2 Box 15
Crack Documentation.
Item 2.4.3 Folder 2 Box 15
Flange Transition: Includes load history and dimension detail of beams.
Box 15 Folder 2 Item 2.5
Loads and Strains.
Folder 2 Box 15 Item 2.5.1
Temperature Data.
Box 15 Folder 2 Item 2.5.2
Crack Documentation.
Folder 2 Item 2.5.3 Box 15
Electron Microscope Study: Beam B1.
Item 2.6 Box 15 Folder 2
Final Report (Dec. 1977, FHWA): Determination of Tolerable Flaw Sizes in Full Size Welded Bridge Details: PDF Available at ; HYPERLINK "https://archive.org/details/determinationoft00robe" \h ;https://archive.org/details/determinationoft00robe.
Folder 2 Item 2.7 Box 15
Project No. 455: Cracking in Electroslag Welds at Meadville (Sept. 1982, Report No. 455-1(82)).
File Folder 3 Box 15
A Study of the Defects and Electroslag Welds in the I-79 Bridge at Meadville: PDF Available at ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-fritz-lab-reports/514/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-fritz-lab-reports/514/.
Folder 3 Box 15 Item 3.1

Project No. 447 (1986): Corrosion Fatigue of Bridge Steels Vol. III.
Box 16 File Folder 4
Literature Survey: General listing of sources surveyed and relevant documents.
Item 4.1 Box 16 Folder 4
510 Madison Ave. (2008, GMS): Paddle plate cracks.
File Folder 1 Box 16
Correspondence: Detailed email conversation about possible causes and solutions.
Item 1.1 Box 16 Folder 1
Technical Drawings: Detailed schematics of floor plan and plate connections.
Item 1.2 Folder 1 Box 16
SEPTA Bents and Girders (2005-2006, High Steel Structures, Inc.): Issue of cold vs hot bending.
Box 16 File Folder 2
Bents.
Folder 2 Item 2.1 Box 16
Notes: Calculations, correspondence and drawings.
Item 2.1.1 Box 16 Folder 2
Test Results and Analysis.
Box 16 Folder 2 Item 2.1.2
Girders.
Folder 2 Box 16 Item 2.2
Notes: Includes calculations, correspondence and references.
Folder 2 Box 16 Item 2.2.1
Steel Plate Girder Tolerance (WJE Report).
Box 16 Folder 2 Item 2.2.2
Comments on SEPTA/MSEPM’s Transmittal of DMJM + Harris Response on Market Street Elevated Reconstruction Cobbs Creek Package Structural Steel Guideway Deck Girders.
Folder 2 Item 2.2.3 Box 16

Ben Franklin Bridge Cable and Anchorage (2004, WAI): Eyebar failure.
File Folder 3 Box 17
Technical Drawings: Detailed schematics of eyebars, cables and anchorages.
Box 17 Folder 3 Item 3.1
Correspondence: Includes emails, personal notes and calculations.
Box 17 Item 3.2 Folder 3
Reports.
Box 17 Item 3.3 Folder 3
Project Overview (task list).
Box 17 Folder 3 Item 3.3.1
Strand Tension Evaluation Work Plan, Strand Force Measurement.
Folder 3 Item 3.3.2 Box 17
Test Results, Analysis and Calculations.
Item 3.3.3 Box 17 Folder 3
Investigation of Drilling Damage to Eyebar (video disc).
Folder 3 Box 17 Item 3.3.4
Marcy Pedestrian Bridge Collapse (2003, WAI): Bridge collapsed while concrete deck was being poured.
File Folder 4 Box 17
Photographs.
Item 4.1 Box 17 Folder 4
Detail Photos.
Box 17 Item 4.1.1 Folder 4
Landscape Photos.
Item 4.1.2 Box 17 Folder 4
Captioned Photos with disc.
Item 4.1.3 Box 17 Folder 4
Correspondence: Emails and personal notes detailing phone conversations and calculations.
Box 17 Item 4.2 Folder 4
Reports.
Folder 4 Box 17 Item 4.3
Proposed Materials Sampling and Testing Plan.
Folder 4 Item 4.3.1 Box 17
Report on Laboratory Tests to Establish Capacity of Marcy Bridge Form to Construction Angle Screw Connection and to Determine the Deformed State of the Fixed Elastomeric Bearing Anchor Pin.
Box 17 Folder 4 Item 4.3.2
Interim Report on Evaluation of Materials in Collapse of NYSDOT Route 49 Pedestrian Bridge, Final Report on Block Shear Tests on Corrugated Forms and Examination of Fixed Bearings from NYSDOT Route 49 Pedestrian Bridge.
Folder 4 Item 4.3.3 Box 17
Dan Ryan Rail Cracks (2007, WJE): Examination of rail fractures.
Box 17 File Folder 5
Notes: Includes some correspondence as well as sample calculations and preliminary analysis.
Item 5.1 Folder 5 Box 17
CTA Rail Fractures: Fracture Examination and Analysis.
Box 17 Folder 5 Item 5.2
WMATA Rail Car Cracking (2006-2007, Booz-Allen): Cracks discovered in lower door corners on 1000 Series rail cars.
Box 17 File Folder 6
Correspondence: Includes project plan, email conversation and some personal notes.
Item 6.1 Folder 6 Box 17
Reports.
Box 17 Item 6.2 Folder 6
Interim Report: 1000 Series Rail Car Crack Investigation (WMATA).
Folder 6 Item 6.2.1 Box 17
Rohr Car 1283 Preliminary Inspection Report and Recommendations for Vehicle Repair and Fleet Inspection.
Folder 6 Box 17 Item 6.2.2
Tappen Zee Bridge Corrosion and Cracking (2003, Lichtenstien No. 244): Cracked diaphragm.
File Folder 7 Box 17
Technical Drawings: Detailed schematics of the Tappan Zee bridge restoration.
Box 17 Item 7.1 Folder 7
News Articles: Give brief history of associated bridge inspections and issues.
Box 17 Item 7.2 Folder 7
Emails with some personal notes.
Folder 7 Box 17 Item 7.3 Correspondence
Reports.
Folder 7 Box 17 Item 7.4
West Trestle Spans-Cracked Diaphragm Beams (New York State Thruway Authority).
Folder 7 Box 17 Item 7.4.1
Final Report: Tappan Zee Bridge-Cracked Diaphragm (John W. Fisher and Associates, Inc.).
Box 17 Folder 7 Item 7.4.2
Summary and Results of Field Inspection of Failed End Diaphragms on the West Trestle Spans of the Tappan Zee Bridge.
Box 17 Folder 7 Item 7.4.3

Woodrow Wilson Bridge Fabrication (1999-2002, Parsons): Design of the new Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge.
Box 18 File Folder 8
Client Agreement with Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration.
Item 8.1 Box 18 Folder 8
Correspondence: Parsons commentary on girder design, includes technical drawings and lecture on LRFD Bridge Design Course.
Box 18 Item 8.2 Folder 8
Notes.
Box 18 Item 8.3 Folder 8
Personal notes and detailed telephone correspondence about diaphragm desgin.
Folder 8 Item 8.3.1 Box 18
Personal and meeting notes on bascule design.
Box 18 Item 8.3.2 Folder 8
Stress Relief: Reducing Tensile Stress and Distortion.
Box 18 Folder 8 Item 8.4
Technical Drawings.
Item 8.5 Box 18 Folder 8
Detailed schematic of the bascule design.
Item 8.5.1 Folder 8 Box 18
Design of fixed spans and framing plan.
Folder 8 Box 18 Item 8.5.2
Bristol Bay Pole Failures (2004, WJE): Light pole base cracking due to fatigue crack extension.
File Folder 9 Box 18
Correspondence: Crack Surface Examination report as well as email conversations.
Box 18 Item 9.1 Folder 9
Performing Arts Center (1988, Nashville TN): James K. Polk State Office Building, potential fracture problem pertaining to 18 floors hung from concrete core.
Box 18 File Folder 10
Photographs.
Folder 10 Box 18 Item 10.1
Shanghai Bridge (2000-2001, T.Y. Lin Y.C. Yang): Commentary on design of the steel arch and deck.
File Folder 11 Box 18
Technical Drawings: Detailed schematics on the arch, girders and floor beam.
Box 18 Folder 11 Item 11.1
Correspondence: Includes personal notes and AASHTO Specifications.
Box 18 Item 11.2 Folder 11
Coal Silo Failure (2001-2002, WJE): Hopper connection failure.
Box 18 File Folder 12
Correspondence: Includes personal notes and detailed phone conversations.
Box 18 Item 12.1 Folder 12
Report: Silo #2 Hopper Connection Failure Sample Testing results.
Folder 12 Box 18 Item 12.2
Heat Cambering (1996-1997, Little Steel): Assessment of heat cambering procedure for girders.
File Folder 13 Box 18
Puerto Rico Wharf Tie Back (2001): Progressive wharf failure.
File Folder 14 Box 18
Missouri River Bridge (2002-2003, Fort Pierre, SD): Weld cracking investigation.
File Folder 15 Box 18
Photographs.
Item 15.1 Box 18 Folder 15
Correspondence.
Item 15.2 Folder 15 Box 18
Reports.
Box 18 Folder 15 Item 15.3
Work Plan for Weld Inspection and Repair (South Dakota DOT).
Item 15.3.1 Folder 15 Box 18
Report on Core Examination.
Item 15.3.2 Folder 15 Box 18
Deer Island Bridge Cables (2003): Cable testing (ATLASS).
Box 18 File Folder 16
Kiln Tire Failure (2001-2002, WJE): Fracture examination of tire cracking.
File Folder 17 Box 18
Correspondence: Includes email documentation and personal notes.
Box 18 Folder 17 Item 17.1
Reports: Preliminary Investigation and Method for Repair.
Item 17.2 Box 18 Folder 17
Iowa DOT Poles (2005, WJE): Weld fatigue cracking.
Box 18 File Folder 18
Technical Drawings and Photos.
Box 18 Item 18.1 Folder 18
Detailed schematics of pole and retrofitting.
Folder 18 Item 18.1.1 Box 18
Photos from field inspection.
Folder 18 Box 18 Item 18.1.2
Report: Core Sample Examination (includes photos of samples).
Folder 18 Item 18.2 Box 18

Boise State University Stadium Light Supports (2004, WJE): Brittle cracking due to weld discontinuities.
File Folder 19 Box 19
Correspondence: Includes all exchanged emails, some printed photos as well as test results.
Folder 19 Item 19.1 Box 19
Media.
Box 19 Folder 19 Item 19.2
CD: Digital copy of technical drawings and photos.
Box 19 Item 19.2.1 Folder 19
ZIP Drive: Boise Light Poles.
Item 19.2.2 Folder 19 Box 19
Mill Scale Indentations (2004, Nucor Hertford): Scale pitted girders and grinding rectification.
Box 19 File Folder 20
Heating Coil Flange Failure (2003, WJE): High cycle fatigue cracking at the pipe flange connections.
File Folder 21 Box 19
Williamsburg Bridge Traveler (2004, American Bridge): The fabrication of the Williamsburg Bridge Traveler rails.
Box 19 File Folder 22
Iowa Guardrail Anchor Bolt Failure (2004, WJE): Brittle fracture of bolts due to high tensile stresses caused by corrosion pack out.
File Folder 23 Box 19
Hershey Park Ride Cracking (2005): Discontinuous rail tube subjected to secondary stresses.
Box 19 File Folder 24
Photographs: Enlarged images of fracture areas.
Box 19 Folder 24 Item 24.1
Correspondence: Includes detailed email conversation as well as schematics of park ride.
Box 19 Folder 24 Item 24.2
Reports.
Item 24.3 Folder 24 Box 19
Fatigue Strength Improvement Methods.
Item 24.3.1 Box 19 Folder 24
Ultrasonic Impact Treatment (UIT).
Item 24.3.2 Box 19 Folder 24
Powell Steel (2003): Moment connection plates subjected to fabrication distortion.
Box 19 File Folder 25
MC Iron Works Fabrication (2004).
File Folder 26 Box 19
Shop Drawings for Steel Girders.
Folder 26 Box 19 Item 26.1
Correspondence: Email conversation, reference material and fabrication detail.
Item 26.2 Box 19 Folder 26
Highway Bridge Steel Defects (2004, Bogota, Columbia): Detection of microcracks in steel plates.
File Folder 27 Box 19
Mianus River Bridge (1983-1984, No. 128).
Box 19 File Folder 1
Sides 128-1 to 128-161.
Item 1.1 Box 19 Folder 1

Slides 128-163 to 128-316.
Folder 1 Box 20 Item 1.2
Miscellaneous Slides and Extras.
Folder 1 Item 1.3 Box 20
Supplement Slides (No. 950-6).
Item 1.4 Box 20 Folder 1
Slides 1 to 17.
Box 20 Folder 1 Item 1.4.1
Slides 23-1 to 55-4.
Folder 1 Item 1.4.2 Box 20
Slides 61-3 to 143-8.
Folder 1 Box 20 Item 1.4.3
Slides 144-1 to 145-36.
Item 1.4.4 Box 20 Folder 1
Reports.
Folder 1 Item 1.5 Box 20
Progress Report #14: Final Determination of Slippage of the Straps Off the Pins in the Link Assembly.
Box 20 Item 1.5.1 Folder 1
Progress Report #15: Effects of Corrosion.
Item 1.5.2 Box 20 Folder 1
Final Report on Mianus River Bridge: Material, Fracture Surfaces and Special Tests.
Item 1.5.3 Box 20 Folder 1

Test Data.
Folder 1 Box 21 Item 1.6
Friction and Slip Tests.
Box 21 Item 1.6.1 Folder 1
Stress Tests.
Box 21 Item 1.6.2 Folder 1
Deformation and Plasticity Tests.
Folder 1 Item 1.6.3 Box 21
Indentation and Friction Tests.
Box 21 Folder 1 Item 1.6.4
Tensile Test.
Item 1.6.5 Folder 1 Box 21
Corrosion and Section Loss.
Folder 1 Box 21 Item 1.6.6
Work Orders.
Box 21 Folder 1 Item 1.6.7
Notes.
Folder 1 Item 1.6.8 Box 21
Samples.
Folder 1 Box 21 Item 1.7
Fractographs.
Item 1.7.1 Folder 1 Box 21
Testing Images.
Box 21 Item 1.7.2 Folder 1
Additional Images.
Folder 1 Box 21 Item 1.7.3
Corrosion Pressure.
Item 1.8 Box 21 Folder 1
Metallography.
Item 1.9 Box 21 Folder 1
Staples Arena, L.A. (1999, J.A. Martin): Super Truss erection errors.
File Folder 1 Box 21
Blueprint: Layout of structure.
Box 21 Folder 1 Item 1.1
Technical Drawings: Include detailed schematics of member design.
Folder 1 Box 21 Item 1.2
Correspondence: Includes email conversation as well as personal notes and some analysis.
Item 1.3 Box 21 Folder 1

Thompson Ave. Bridge (1998, A.
File Folder 2 Box 22
Photographs: Photos of aluminum pedestrian bridge canopy.
Folder 2 Item 2.1 Box 22
Technical Drawings: Detailed schematics of the pedestrian canopy.
Box 22 Folder 2 Item 2.2
Correspondence: Detailed analysis and final results sent with recommendations.
Folder 2 Item 2.3 Box 22
Reports.
Box 22 Item 2.4 Folder 2
Challenges for Concrete in the Next Millennium.
Item 2.4.1 Folder 2 Box 22
Investigation of Weld Failures at the Base of Columns Supporting the Pedestrian Canopy.
Folder 2 Box 22 Item 2.4.2
Aluminum Truss Joints (1998, WJE): Fatigue cracking at weld toe resulting from transportation induced stress.
File Folder 3 Box 22
Fan and Bracket Failure (1996, WJE): Fatigue cracking due to cyclical bending stresses.
Box 22 File Folder 4
Clemson University Field House (1990): Hydrogen assisted cold cracking.
File Folder 5 Box 22
Photographs: Photos of the interior of the field house including connections.
Item 5.1 Folder 5 Box 22
Notes: Includes personal notes and calculations as well as test result reports.
Item 5.2 Folder 5 Box 22
Correspondence: Includes some personal notes, emails and reference material.
Folder 5 Box 22 Item 5.3
Final Evaluation Report.
Folder 5 Item 5.4 Box 22
Saipan Power Plant (1997, WJE): Generator anchor bolt failure.
Box 22 File Folder 6
Fire Hydrant Valve (1998, WJE): Fire hydrant valve stem failure.
File Folder 7 Box 22
Contact Surface Shavings (1997, Frankfurt-Short): Subsurface fatigue cracking separates as shavings due to repeated loading.
Box 22 File Folder 8
Barry Blower Pans (1998): Large start and stop stress cycles exceed fatigue limit and cause cracking.
File Folder 9 Box 22
Unified Steel Fabricators (1996, Umatilla, Oregon): Cracking of I-rail welds and I-rail itself as result of missing bearings.
File Folder 10 Box 22
New Mitre Rail (1999, AMTRAK): Test program to measure stresses in new rail system at Portal Bridge.
Box 22 File Folder 11
Notes: Includes personal notes, report daft, reference material and schematics.
Item 11.1 Folder 11 Box 22
Proposed 132 TW Rail System, Portal Bridge.
Folder 11 Box 22 Item 11.2
Final Report: In-Service Evaluation of a New 132 TW Miter Rail System at AMTRAK’s Portal Swing Bridge.
Item 11.3 Box 22 Folder 11
Portal Bridge (1998, AMTRAK): Sidebars subjected to fatigue cracking, growth and fracture.
Box 22 File Folder 12
Photographs.
Item 12.1 Box 22 Folder 12
First onsite inspection photos.
Box 22 Item 12.1.1 Folder 12
Second onsite inspection photos.
Folder 12 Box 22 Item 12.1.2
Correspondence: Includes exchanged emails, reference material and personal notes.
Box 22 Folder 12 Item 12.2
Insurance Documents.
Item 12.3 Box 22 Folder 12
Reports.
Box 22 Item 12.4 Folder 12
Failure Analysis, Field Measurements, and Design Assessment of Miter Rail Assemblies for AMTRAK Swing Bridges (Reference: Portal Bridge, Kearny NJ).
Folder 12 Item 12.4.1 Box 22
Evaluation of Miter Rail Systems at AMTRAK’s Portal and Spuyten-Duyvil Swing Bridges.
Item 12.4.2 Folder 12 Box 22

Rail Failure (1998, AMTRAK): Crack caused by welding arc strike enlarged by fatigue loading.
Box 23 File Folder 13
Correspondence: Includes exchanged emails as well as notes and preliminary analysis.
Folder 13 Item 13.1 Box 23
Report: In-Service Stresses in 132 TW Miter Rails at Train Speeds up to 90 mph at AMTRAK’s Portal Swing Bridge: PDF Available at: ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/3/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/3/.
Box 23 Folder 13 Item 13.2
Miter Rail Inspection and Safety (1998, AMTRAK).
Box 23 File Folder 14
Guidebook for Inspection, Maintenance and New Construction of Mitre Rail Expansion Joint Systems on Movable Bridges.
Box 23 Item 14.1 Folder 14
Comments and Recommendations on the Guidebook for Inspection, Maintenance and New Construction of Mitre Rail and Expansion Joint Systems on Movable Bridges.
Box 23 Item 14.2 Folder 14
Study of Turnouts, Northeast Corridor (1997, AMTRAK/Conrail).
Box 23 File Folder 15
Notes: Personal notes.
Box 23 Item 15.1 Folder 15
Norfolk Southern: System Map as well as letter detailed the acquisition of 58% of Conrail.
Folder 15 Box 23 Item 15.2
Reports.
Item 15.3 Box 23 Folder 15
Development of a Comprehensive Life-Cycle Costing Model for Railroad Turnouts.
Folder 15 Box 23 Item 15.3.1
Partial Validation of a Generalized Turnout Model Based on Nucars.
Folder 15 Box 23 Item 15.3.2
Expected Track Component Life and Economic Impact Under 286,000- and 315,000-Pound Cars for Sections in the Northeast Corridor.
Box 23 Folder 15 Item 15.3.3
Susquehanna River Bridge (1997-1999, AMTRAK): Field Measurements and Design Assessment of Structural Members in Selected Spans of AMTRAK’s Susquehanna River Bridge No. 60.07.
Box 23 File Folder 16
Spans 1-2.
Folder 16 Item 16.1 Box 23
Spans 7 9-10.
Folder 16 Item 16.2 Box 23
Test Results.
Item 16.3 Box 23 Folder 16
Dam (1998).
Box 23 Folder 16 Item 16.4
Evaluation of AMTRAK’s Susquehanna River Bridge.
Item 16.4.1 Folder 16 Box 23
Technical Drawings: Detailed schematics of bridge.
Item 16.4.2 Folder 16 Box 23

Meeting with AMTRAK (June 11, 1998).
Item 16.5 Folder 16 Box 24
Presentation Notes.
Box 24 Item 16.5.1 Folder 16
Review and Discussion of Stress Measurements at the Susquehanna Bridge.
Folder 16 Item 16.5.2 Box 24
Measurements and Assessment of Structural Members in Selected Spans of AMTRAK’s Susquehanna River Bridge: PDF Available at: ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/235/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/235/.
Item 16.6 Folder 16 Box 24
Technical Drawings: Detailed schematics of the bridge system as well as some test results.
Item 16.7 Box 24 Folder 16
Correspondence: Includes agreements, emails as well as some personal notes.
Box 24 Folder 16 Item 16.8
Report: Investigation of the Fracture Resistance of the Susquehanna River Bridge Structural Steel and Eyebars.
Box 24 Folder 16 Item 16.9
Slides on Susquehanna River Bridge.
Item 16.1 Folder 16 Box 24
Heat Straightening (1997, Tampa Steel): Comments and recommendations on heat straightening procedure of steel girders.
Box 24 File Folder 17
Inspection Crane Failure (1995-1999, NJ DOT): Fracture Analysis of Truck Mounted Aerial Personnel Device.
File Folder 1 Box 24
Idaho Pier Tube Bullet Fracture (1999, WJE): Brittle fracture of caisson pipe initiated by bullet penetration.
Box 24 File Folder 2
Bronze Bridge Bearing Plate Cracks (1998, Delaware): Failure analysis.
File Folder 3 Box 24
Sign Structures (1997-1998, NJ DOT): Testing, review and recommendation of fatigue design of variable message sign (VMS) structure.
File Folder 4 Box 24
Phase II Documents.
Box 24 Item 4.1 Folder 4
Final Report: Fatigue Testing and Failure Analysis of Aluminum Luminaire Support Structures: PDF Available at: ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/232/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/232/.
Folder 4 Item 4.2 Box 24

Cantilever Sign Supports (1993, GA DOT): Cantilever sign collapses due to sheared bolt.
File Folder 5 Box 25
Fatigue-Resistant Design of Cantilevered Signal, Sign, and Light Supports.
Box 25 Folder 5 Item 5.1
Relationship Between Support Structure Forces and Anchor Bolt Stresses.
Box 25 Item 5.2 Folder 5
Phase II: Cantilever Signs.
Box 25 Item 5.3 Folder 5
National Research Council.
Folder 5 Box 25 Item 5.4
Outline.
Folder 5 Box 25 Item 5.4.1
Correspondence and Presentation.
Box 25 Item 5.4.2 Folder 5
Modular Expansion Joint Studies (1993-1997).
Box 25 File Folder 6
Fatigue Design and Testing of Modular Bridge Expansion Joint: Executive Summary.
Box 25 Folder 6 Item 6.1
Fatigue Criteria for Modular Bridge Expansion Joints.
Item 6.2 Box 25 Folder 6
Fatigue Design of Modular Expansion Joints According to Codes in the USA.
Folder 6 Box 25 Item 6.3
NCHRP Report 402: Fatigue Design of Modular Bridge Expansion Joints.
Item 6.4 Folder 6 Box 25
Modular Bridge Expansion Joints - Loads, Dynamic Behaviour and Fatigue Performance.
Box 25 Folder 6 Item 6.5
Structural Bearings and Expansion Joints for Bridges.
Item 6.6 Folder 6 Box 25

Lukens Crane Girders (1994): Includes Lessons from Structural Failures (G. W. Zuurbier) and Fatigue Design of CTEC 192 Ton Capacity Steeler (Transporter).
Box 26 File Folder 7
Rail Fracture Chicago (1991, RTA): Research on the Fatigue of Riveted Bridge Members.
File Folder 8 Box 26
Photographs: 950-7.
Item 8.1 Box 26 Folder 8
Correspondence: Includes notes, emails and draft reports.
Item 8.2 Box 26 Folder 8
Riveted Joints Study (1982-1992, CN): Journal of the Structural Division: Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Box 26 File Folder 9
Correspondence: Includes notes, drafts and email correspondence.
Folder 9 Item 9.1 Box 26
Report:Stress Spectra of Fatigue Testing for CNR Project.
Box 26 Item 9.2 Folder 9
Progress Report: Assessment of Remaining Capacity and Life of Riveted Bridge Members.
Folder 9 Box 26 Item 9.2.1
Test Results.
Box 26 Item 9.3 Folder 9
Hanger Pin Plates Study.
Folder 9 Box 26 Item 9.4
Wolf Creek Hangers (1991, CNR): Monitoring Railway Bridge Structures for Fatigue Crack Growth.
File Folder 10 Box 26
Photographs.
Box 26 Folder 10 Item 10.1
Technical Drawings.
Folder 10 Item 10.2 Box 26
Correspondence: Includes report drafts, personal notes and email conversation.
Box 26 Folder 10 Item 10.3
Punched Holes (1981): Punched Holes in Structural Steelwork.
Box 26 File Folder 11
Fraser River Bridge (1990-1991, CN): Fatigue cracking due to secondary displacement due to corrosion.
Box 26 File Folder 12
Photographs.
Item 12.1 Folder 12 Box 26
Technical Drawings.
Item 12.2 Box 26 Folder 12
Correspondence: Includes emails, personal notes, analysis and drafts of final reports.
Item 12.3 Box 26 Folder 12
Estimated Fatigue Damage - Pin Plates and Rivet Holes.
Item 12.4 Box 26 Folder 12

Fraser River Bridge: New Westminster, British Columbia: 1990 In-Depth Inspection and Evaluation Report Vol. I.
Item 12.5 Box 27 Folder 12
Report on Investigation of the Estimated Fatigue Damage in Components of the Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster, B.C.
Folder 12 Box 27 Item 12.6
Notes: Includes personal notes as well as CN train car information.
Folder 12 Item 12.7 Box 27
Report.
Folder 12 Box 27 Item 12.8
Data Report: Strain Gauge Tests, Fraser River Bridge, August 1975.
Item 12.8.1 Box 27 Folder 12
Addendum I to Data Report: Strain on Gauge Tests, Fraser River Bridge, August 1975.
Item 12.8.2 Box 27 Folder 12
Addendum II to Data Report: Strain on Gauge Tests, Fraser River Bridge, August 1975 (Wheel and Axle Loads, Record T1-T17).
Box 27 Item 12.8.3 Folder 12
Hope Creek (1981, Bechtel Power and Utilities): Study of weld porosity.
Box 27 File Folder 1
Test Results.
Folder 1 Item 1.1 Box 27
Report: Strength of Fillet Welds at Embeds Hope Creek Nuclear Plant.
Box 27 Item 1.2 Folder 1
Embedments.
Box 27 Folder 1 Item 1.3
Wolf Creek (1982-1985, Bechtel Power and Utilities): Anchor stud failure examination.
File Folder 2 Box 27
Photographs.
Folder 2 Item 2.1 Box 27
Presentation Slides: Includes graphical representations of test results.
Item 2.2 Folder 2 Box 27
Correspondence: Detailed conversation between parties discussing procedures.
Item 2.3 Folder 2 Box 27
Test Results and Procedures.
Item 2.4 Box 27 Folder 2
Final Report: Results of Tests on Anchor Studs from Wolf Creek Embed Plates.
Folder 2 Item 2.5 Box 27
Diablo Canyon (1983-1984(1), Bechtel): Failure modes of three bolt groups.
Box 27 File Folder 3

Limerick Box Beam Welds (1981, Bechtel): Examination of box corner welds of steel box beams.
File Folder 4 Box 28
Progress Report: Includes test results.
Item 4.1 Box 28 Folder 4
Final Report on Box Corner Welds.
Item 4.2 Folder 4 Box 28
Bolt Joint Tests (1984, Bechtel): Evaluation on Anchor Bolts and Embedded Rods.
File Folder 5 Box 28
Cranes (1979-1981, Sea-Land Services, Inc.).
File Folder 6 Box 28
Technical Drawings: Detailed schematics on tested structure.
Item 6.1 Box 28 Folder 6
Correspondence: Includes personal notes, exchanged conversation as well as preliminary reports.
Folder 6 Item 6.2 Box 28
Test Results: Upper Boom Chord Material Tests, Coffin Plate Composition and Mechanical Properties.
Folder 6 Box 28 Item 6.3
Reports: Report on Elizabeth Crane Repair 80-050.
Box 28 Folder 6 Item 6.4
Structural Review for SL/7 Crane Boom Support Bracket Modifications.
Folder 6 Box 28 Item 6.4.1
Structural Calculations for SL-7 Low Profile Crane.
Folder 6 Item 6.4.2 Box 28
(1) Hanger Plate Modification and Metallurgical Sampling (2) Magnetic Particle Examination of Hanger Plate to Coffin Plate Weldments S-L 7 Low Profile Cranes.
Box 28 Folder 6 Item 6.4.3
Preliminary Evaluation of the Structural Integrity of Sea Land’s Seattle Container Handling Cranes.
Item 6.4.4 Box 28 Folder 6
Structural Analysis of SL-7 Low Profile Shore Cranes in Accordance with the 1970 Specifications.
Folder 6 Box 28 Item 6.4.5
Crane Failure: Fatigue Investigation.
Item 6.5 Folder 6 Box 28

Crane Girders at Papel Prensa, SA (1975, Weidlinger): An Evaluation of the Fatigue and Fracture Resistance of Crane Girders of Papel Prensa SA.
Box 29 File Folder 7
Schenley Park Panther Hollow Bridge (1981, Acres American Inc.): An Evaluation of the Fatigue and Fracture Resistance of the Panther Hollow and PJRR Bridges.
File Folder 8 Box 29
Duquesne-McKeesport Bridge (1981, Kozel Engineering Company, Inc.): Evaluating stress intensities of truss sections.
Box 29 File Folder 9
Axle Tax (1981, Pennsylvania Attorney General): Affidavits in Support of Respondents’ Motion for Summary Judgment and In Opposition to Petitioners’ Motion for Summary Judgment.
File Folder 10 Box 29
Schuylkill Ave. Bridge Fire (1975, Richardson, Gordon and Associates).
File Folder 11 Box 29
SEM Photographs and Negatives.
Item 11.1 Box 29 Folder 11
Report: Investigation of Fire Damaged Material of Schuylkill Avenue Overpass L.R.67057 Philadelphia, PA.
Folder 11 Item 11.2 Box 29
Fleming Park Bridge, Ohio River (1981, RGA): Fire Damage Evaluation.
File Folder 12 Box 29
Sewickley Bridge (1977, RGA): Investigation of the Fracture Resistance of the Sewickley Bridge Structural Steel and Eyebars.
Box 29 File Folder 13
Willets Point Project (1981, A.
Box 29 File Folder 14
Slides: Site photos.
Box 29 Item 14.1 Folder 14
Test Results.
Box 29 Folder 14 Item 14.2
Principal Stresses as a Function of Hole Depth: Graphs.
Box 29 Folder 14 Item 14.2.1
Principal Stresses as a Function of Hole Depth: Data.
Folder 14 Box 29 Item 14.2.2
Live Load Response of Columns.
Box 29 Item 14.2.3 Folder 14
Reports.
Item 14.3 Box 29 Folder 14
Summary of Residual Stress Measurements in Columns of Willets Point.
Folder 14 Item 14.3.1 Box 29
Hole-drilling Strain-gage Method of Measuring Residual Stresses.
Box 29 Item 14.3.2 Folder 14
Measurement of Residual Stresses by the Blind Hole Drilling Method.
Box 29 Item 14.3.3 Folder 14
East Penn Collapse (1997-1999): Roof collapse and subsequent fire of Distribution Center building.
Box 29 File Folder 1
Photographs.
Box 29 Item 1.1 Folder 1
Photo set #1.
Item 1.1.1 Box 29 Folder 1
Photo set #2.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.2. Box 29
Photo set #3.
Item 1.1.3 Box 29 Folder 1

Notes and Correspondence: Details conversation and includes personal notes and work orders.
Item 1.2 Folder 1 Box 30
Evaluation and Test Results: (Cozen O’Connor).
Box 30 Item 1.3 Folder 1
Differential Tests.
Item 1.4 Folder 1 Box 30
East Penn Manufacturing Co., Inc., vs. Butler Manufacturing Company, Inc. and Burkey Construction Co., Inc.
Box 30 Folder 1 Item 1.5
Introduction.
Folder 1 Item 1.5.1 Box 30
Part I: Exhibit A B.
Folder 1 Item 1.5.2 Box 30
Part II: Exhibit A.
Folder 1 Item 1.5.3 Box 30
Part II: Exhibit B.
Item 1.5.4 Folder 1 Box 30
Part II: Exhibit C.
Box 30 Item 1.5.5 Folder 1
Part III: Exhibit A, B, C, D.
Folder 1 Box 30 Item 1.5.6
Part IV: Exhibit A, B, C, D.
Folder 1 Box 30 Item 1.5.7
Part V: Exhibit A, B, C, D.
Box 30 Folder 1 Item 1.5.8
Part V: Exhibit E, F, G, H.
Item 1.5.9 Box 30 Folder 1
Part V: Exhibit I.
Box 30 Folder 1 Item 1.5.10
Borders Collapse Litigation (1996-1999): Borders store roof collapse due to snow load.
Box 30 File Folder 2
Photographs.
Folder 2 Item 2.1 Box 30
Roll: 5/96/55.
Item 2.1.1 Folder 2 Box 30
Roll: 4/96/27.
Folder 2 Item 2.1.2 Box 30
Roll: 4/96/28.
Folder 2 Item 2.1.3 Box 30
Roll: 12/98/xx.
Box 30 Folder 2 Item 2.1.4
Aerial Views.
Box 30 Item 2.1.5 Folder 2

Report: Borders.
Box 31 Folder 2 Item 2.2
Examination of Bar Joist Weld Joint Fractures.
Box 31 Folder 2 Item 2.2.1
Word Index: Min-U-Script.
Item 2.2.2 Folder 2 Box 31
Roof Collapse Analysis (MDCSystems, Inc.).
Item 2.2.3 Box 31 Folder 2
Re-examination of the Bar Joist Weld Fracture Surfaces.
Box 31 Item 2.2.4 Folder 2
Reference Material.
Box 31 Item 2.3 Folder 2
The Steel Joist Institute Standard Specifications.
Item 2.3.1 Box 31 Folder 2
Welding of Open Web Steel Joists.
Box 31 Item 2.3.2 Folder 2
Geometric Axis Bending Strength of Double Angle Beams.
Box 31 Item 2.3.3 Folder 2
Borders vs. Cedarwood Development, Inc.: Deposition testimony.
Folder 2 Item 2.3.4 Box 31
Notes and Correspondence.
Folder 2 Item 2.4 Box 31
Hong Kong Airport (2000-2001): Failure of welded steel roof.
Box 31 File Folder 3
Notes and Correspondence.
Box 31 Folder 3 Item 3.1
The Statement of the Node Plate Claim.
Box 31 Item 3.2 Folder 3

Navy Stainless Steel Studies.
Box 32 File Folder 1
Proposals.
Box 32 Folder 1 Item 1.1
Nonmagnetic, Stainless Steel Advanced Double Hull Combat Ships.
Folder 1 Box 32 Item 1.1.1
Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Double-Hull and Fiber Reinforced Composite Hull Ship Construction.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.2 Box 32
Proposal for Tests: Includes correspondence with project director.
Item 1.1.3 Box 32 Folder 1
Proposal for Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel for Double Hull Ship Construction.
Box 32 Folder 1 Item 1.1.4
Reports.
Folder 1 Item 1.2 Box 32
Engineering Technology Assessment Study of Stainless Steel Advanced Double Hull Combatants.
Item 1.2.1 Box 32 Folder 1
Status Report: Non-magnetic Stainless Steel Double Hull and Fiber-Reinforced Composite Hull.
Item 1.2.2 Box 32 Folder 1
Residual Stresses.
Item 1.3 Box 32 Folder 1
Appendices: Includes The Neutron Diffraction Residual Stress Instrument, and Supplement of Measuring Methods.
Folder 1 Box 32 Item 1.3.1
Reference Material: Hammer Peening - A Practical Way to Extend Fatigue Life, The Measurement of Residual Stresses in Welded Ship Structures and Their Effect on the Strength of the Structure, The Measurement of the Distribution of Residual Stresses Through the Thickness of a Welded Joint, X-Ray Diffraction Determination of the Residual Stress Distribution, Nondestructive Characterization of Materials VII, and Application of Neutron Diffraction to Engineering Problems.
Box 32 Item 1.3.2 Folder 1
Presentations: Includes residual Stress Measurement in Neutron Diffraction Method, Hull Fatigue Resistance, Residual Stresses in Welded Beams.
Folder 1 Box 32 Item 1.3.3
Notes and Correspondence.
Box 32 Item 1.3.4 Folder 1

PITA.
Item 1.4 Box 33 Folder 1
Year 2 Final Report.
Box 33 Folder 1 Item 1.4.1
Year 3 Final Report.
Box 33 Item 1.4.2 Folder 1
Year 5 Final Report: IIS-001.
Item 1.4.3 Box 33 Folder 1
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) Account Requirements Files.
Box 33 Folder 1 Item 1.5
Hull Fatigue Resistance.
Box 33 Folder 1 Item 1.6
Hull Fatigue Resistance Presentation (ONR ATLSS).
Item 1.6.1 Folder 1 Box 33
Non-magnetic Stainless Steel for Double-Hull Ships Presentation (ATLSS).
Item 1.6.2 Box 33 Folder 1
Progress Report for Stage 2: Non-magnetic Stainless Steel for Double-Hull Ships.
Box 33 Folder 1 Item 1.6.3
Fatigue Strength of Large Scale AL-6XN Sections.
Folder 1 Box 33 Item 1.6.4
Stainless Repairs.
Box 33 Folder 1 Item 1.7
Repair Beams Test Results and Procedures.
Folder 1 Box 33 Item 1.7.1
BIW Welding Technician Services for AL-6XN Stainless Steel Fatigue Test Specimens for Lehigh University.
Item 1.7.2 Folder 1 Box 33
Fatigue Strength Improvement of Bridge Girders by Ultrasonic Impact Treatment (UIT).
Box 33 Folder 1 Item 1.7.3
Fatigue Conference (9/23-27/2002): Conference Topic: Role of Loads - Variable Amplitude Fatigue Resistance of Welded Stainless Steel Bulkhead Attachments.
Folder 1 Box 33 Item 1.8
3-Cell Panting Fatigue Test Specimens Report.
Box 33 Folder 1 Item 1.9
Presentations.
Box 33 Item 1.1 Folder 1
Welding and Corrosion Research Activities, Weldability, Corrosion and Fatigue Behavior-Welds Prepared with Surface Active Fluxes, Microstructural Analysis of Superaustenitic Stainless Steel Friction Stir Welds, and Laser Welding and Surface Treatment of Superaustenitic Stainless Steels for Improved Corrosion Resistance.
Box 33 Item 1.10.1 Folder 1
Non-Magnetic Stainless Steel Double Hull Ships, and Stainless Steel Advanced Double Hull-Hull Fatigue Resistance.
Folder 1 Box 33 Item 1.10.2
Welding Fume Generation Alleviation by Metal Temperature Control During Welding, and Finite Element Modeling of Welding Residual Stresses and Distortion.
Folder 1 Box 33 Item 1.10.3
Stage 2: Hull Strength/Stability, Tests of FRP Composite and Hybrid Ship Hull and Deck Structures, and Novel Processing of Steel Foams.
Item 1.10.4 Folder 1 Box 33
Residual Stresses in Welded Beams of AL-6XN Super Austenitic Stainless Steel, and Evaluation of Welding Residual Stress Levels Through Shot Peening and Heat Treating.
Folder 1 Item 1.10.5 Box 33
Stage 1: Stainless Steel Fatigue and Fracture.
Folder 1 Item 1.11 Box 33
Test Procedures and Results: Fatigue Testing of Large Welded Components.
Folder 1 Box 33 Item 1.11.1
PITA II III.
Item 1.11.2 Folder 1 Box 33

Stage 2.
Box 34 Item 1.12 Folder 1
Stainless Steel Fatigue and Fracture: Determine the Fatigue Resistance of Dissimilar Austenitic Metal Welds.
Folder 1 Box 34 Item 1.12.1
Fabrication: Fabrication of Test Specimens for Stage 2: Stainless Steel Double Hull Program.
Item 1.12.2 Box 34 Folder 1
Notes: Includes cost estimates and preliminary analysis.
Box 34 Folder 1 Item 1.12.3
Studies: Stainless Steel Double Hull Ship Program: Stage 2.
Item 1.12.4 Box 34 Folder 1
Stage 3.
Box 34 Item 1.13 Folder 1
Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel for Double Hull Ship Construction: Schematics, testing procedures and correspondence.
Folder 1 Item 1.13.1 Box 34
Review Meeting Reports.
Box 34 Folder 1 Item 1.14
Quarterly Review: Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Advanced Double Hull (Jan. 22, 1999).
Box 34 Item 1.14.1 Folder 1
Quarterly Review: Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Double Hull (Feb. 18, 1999).
Folder 1 Box 34 Item 1.14.2
Quarterly Review: Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Advanced Hull Combatant Ships (Nov. 4, 1999).
Folder 1 Item 1.14.3 Box 34
2nd Quarterly Meeting: Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Double Hull (Feb. 1, 2000).
Item 1.14.4 Box 34 Folder 1
3rd Quarterly Meeting: Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Double Hull ( May 16, 2000).
Item 1.14.5 Box 34 Folder 1
4th Quarterly Meeting: Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Double Hull (Aug. 9, 2000).
Folder 1 Item 1.14.6 Box 34
Quarterly Report: Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Double Hull (Feb. 2, 2001).
Box 34 Folder 1 Item 1.14.7
Quarterly Report: Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel Double Hull FRP Composite Ship Hull (May 17, 2001).
Folder 1 Box 34 Item 1.14.8
Weld Detail Fatigue Life Improvement Techniques: Survey to determine need for repair weld fatigue testing.
Folder 1 Item 1.15 Box 34
Report Draft Copies (for comments): Fatigue and Fracture of Large Welded Components.
Box 34 Item 1.16 Folder 1
Composite Reference Material: Includes AL-6XN Alloy, Competing Composites, and International Conference: Advances in Marine Structures.
Folder 1 Item 1.17 Box 34
AL-6XN Alloy: Physical, Mechanical and Corrosion Properties.
Box 34 Folder 1 Item 1.17.1
Advanced (Unidirectional) Double-Hull Technical Symposium (Edison Welding Institute, Eric’s Study).
Box 34 Item 1.18 Folder 1

Structural Design Manual for Naval Surface Ships (Dec. 15, 1976).
Folder 1 Box 35 Item 1.19
Northridge Material (1994-2001).
Box 35 File Folder 1
SAC Steel Project.
Item 1.1 Box 35 Folder 1
Correspondence: Includes conversation between parties and progress reports.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.1 Box 35
State of the Art Report for Joining and Inspection.
Item 1.1.2 Folder 1 Box 35
Weld Acceptance Criteria for Seismically-Loaded Welded Connections.
Box 35 Item 1.1.3 Folder 1
Joining Inspection Team Meeting: Meeting Minutes and Handouts (Sep. 23, 1999).
Box 35 Folder 1 Item 1.1.4
Joining Inspection Team Meeting: Meeting Minutes and Handouts (Jan. 28, 1999).
Item 1.1.5 Folder 1 Box 35
Choosing the Proper Self-Shielded FCAW Wire, and Fracture Mechanics Prediction of Brittle Fracture in Building Connections Using Pull-Plate Test Results.
Folder 1 Box 35 Item 1.1.6
Draft Final Report: Assess the Reliability of Available NDE Methods to Identify Defects that Jeopardize the Behavior of Weld Joints.
Item 1.1.7 Folder 1 Box 35
Overview of Beam-Column Connection Test Programs, Performance Based Analysis and Design Procedure for Moment Resisting Steel Frames, and 90% Draft Guidelines Workshop on: Interim Guidelines Advisory No. 2.
Folder 1 Box 35 Item 1.1.8
Failure Analysis of Welded Steel Moment Frames Damaged in the Northridge Earthquake.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.9 Box 35

SAC 7.05 - Analysis and Testing of Unreinforced Welded Moment Connections: Status Report.
Folder 1 Box 36 Item 1.1.10
SAC 7.05: Test results and procedures.
Box 36 Item 1.1.11 Folder 1
Dynamic Tension Tests of Simulated WMRF Weld Joints.
Box 36 Item 1.1.12 Folder 1
Reference Material: Stress Gradient and Crack Shape Effects on Stress Intensity at Welded Details, Stress Gradient Correction Factor for Stress Intensity at Welded Gusset Plates, Through-Thickness Properties of Structural Steels, and 50% Draft SAC Guidelines Produced.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.13 Box 36
Through-Thickness Testing of A913 Grade 65 Heavy Column Flanges.
Box 36 Item 1.1.14 Folder 1
Through-Thickness Strength and Ductility of Column Flanges in Moment Connections.
Item 1.1.15 Folder 1 Box 36
Effects of Strength/Toughness Mismatch on Structural and Fracture Behavior in Weldments (Subtasks 5.2.1 and 5.2.2).
Box 36 Folder 1 Item 1.1.16
Northridge I: Dynamic.
Box 36 Item 1.2 Folder 1
Test Data and Results: Includes graphs, schematics, and data output.
Item 1.2.1 Folder 1 Box 36
Berger Norton (St. Johns): Medical Plaza with cracking in beam-to-column connections.
Box 36 Folder 1 Item 1.2.2
Northridge II: Statics.
Item 1.3 Folder 1 Box 36
Test Result Data.
Folder 1 Box 36 Item 1.3.1
Tables and Graphs.
Item 1.3.2 Box 36 Folder 1
Failure Analysis of Welded Steel Moment Frames Damaged in the Northridge Earthquake.
Folder 1 Box 36 Item 1.3.3

Japanese Tests (NHK): Moment frame connection damage.
Folder 1 Box 37 Item 1.4
Test Results and Personal Notes.
Item 1.4.1 Folder 1 Box 37
Rehabilitating Pre-Northridge Steel Moment Frame Connections: RBS and Haunch Approaches Considering Slab Effects.
Box 37 Item 1.4.2 Folder 1
Strain Gauge Testing Data.
Folder 1 Box 37 Item 1.4.3
Correspondence and Personal Notes: Includes Building Code Manual.
Folder 1 Item 1.4.4 Box 37
Reference Material: Damage of Steel Buildings in the Hyogoken-Nanbu Earthquake, Beam-to-Column Connections Subjected to Seismic Loads, and Girder-Column Cruciform Connection Testing: Moscone Center Expansion Project.
Item 1.4.5 Box 37 Folder 1
Trident Center (Castro and Worthage).
Box 37 Folder 1 Item 1.5
Notes and Correspondence.
Folder 1 Item 1.5.1 Box 37
Trident Center Welded Moment Connection Failures: Statement of Opinions.
Item 1.5.2 Folder 1 Box 37
Notes: Commentary on test results, preliminary analysis and colleague correspondence.
Item 1.5.3 Folder 1 Box 37
Failure Analysis of Welded Steel Moment-Resisting Frame Connections: Includes personal notes.
Item 1.5.4 Box 37 Folder 1
Trident Center vs. Lincoln Electric.
Box 37 Item 1.5.5 Folder 1
Trident Center Reference Material.
Box 37 Folder 1 Item 1.6
Achieving Ductile Behavior of Moment Connections: Part I and II.
Folder 1 Box 37 Item 1.6.1
Fracture and Ductility of Welded Moment Connections under Dynamic Loading, Background Reports: Metallurgy, Fracture Mechanics, Welding, Moment Connections and Frame Systems Behavior, and Dynamic Tension Tests of Simulated Moment Resisting Frame Weld Joints.
Box 37 Folder 1 Item 1.6.2
Cracking, Repair and Ductility Enhancement of Welded Moment Connections, Fracture Analysis of Failed Moment Frame Weld Joints Produced in Full-Scale Laboratory Tests and Buildings Damaged in the Northridge Earthquake, and Parametric Tests on Unreinforced Steel Moment Connections.
Item 1.6.3 Box 37 Folder 1
Inelastic Finite Element Studies of Unreinforced Welded Beam-to-Column Moment Connections, Seismic Testing of Welded Beam-to-Column Moment Connections, Critical Issues in Achieving Ductile Behaviour of Welded Moment Connections, Extent of Weld Fracturing During Northridge Earthquake, and UT Reliability for Inspection of T-Joints with Backing.
Folder 1 Box 37 Item 1.6.4
Cyclic-Loading Performance of Welded Flange-Bolted Web Connections, SAC Steel Project: Investigations Nearing Completion, Engineering Journal: Experience with Use of Heavy W Shapes in Tension, Steel Moment-Resisting Frames After Northridge, and Properties of Filler Metal: E70T-4 and E70T-7.
Item 1.6.5 Box 37 Folder 1

Westside Associates Ltd. vs. Lincoln Electric: Safety design of welded connections post earthquake.
Box 38 Item 1.7 Folder 1
Connection Test Summaries.
Box 38 Folder 1 Item 1.7.1
Fracture Mechanics Analysis.
Folder 1 Item 1.7.2 Box 38
Notes and Correspondence: Includes conversation between Fisher and Westside Associates and case notes.
Folder 1 Box 38 Item 1.7.3
San Diego Tests for Lincoln: Department of Structural Engineering, Rutherford Chekene Test Project Specimen 1.
Folder 1 Item 1.7.4 Box 38
Trillium (WJE).
Folder 1 Item 1.8 Box 38
Photographs: Photos of test specimens.
Item 1.8.1 Box 38 Folder 1
Notes and Correspondence: Includes personal case notes.
Folder 1 Box 38 Item 1.8.2
The California Employee’s Retirement System vs. Lincoln Electric: Includes Construction Litigation Reporter Article.
Item 1.8.3 Folder 1 Box 38
11150 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica: Fracture evaluation and testing of WRMF weld samples.
Folder 1 Item 1.9 Box 38
MGM Plaza, Santa Monica: Defective weld wires.
Folder 1 Box 38 Item 1.1
Westside Towers: Faulty welds fail to withstand seismic loads.
Folder 1 Item 1.11 Box 38
Lincoln Weld Investigations.
Folder 1 Box 38 Item 1.12
1962-1963: Weld Metal Superior to Base Metal.
Item 1.12.1 Folder 1 Box 38
1967: NS-3M Properties.
Item 1.12.2 Folder 1 Box 38
1970: Lincoln Electric Company NS-3M E70T-4 specifications.
Item 1.12.3 Folder 1 Box 38
1971-1984: The Metallurgy of Innershield.
Item 1.12.4 Folder 1 Box 38

SAC and Northridge Earthquake (1994-2001).
File Folder 1 Box 39
SAC II: Contracts and Bills.
Folder 1 Box 39 Item 1.1
Failure Analysis of Welded Moment Resisting Frames Damaged in the Northridge Earthquake.
Box 39 Item 1.2 Folder 1
NIST: Northridge.
Item 1.3 Folder 1 Box 39
Notes and Correspondence: Failure Analysis of Structures as well as Material Properties and Fractographs.
Box 39 Folder 1 Item 1.3.1
Reference Material: Finding Solutions: Steel Moment Frames after Northridge, Why Steel Fractured in the Northridge Earthquake, Lincoln Electric Company Testing Procedures, and Modern Steel Construction Periodical.
Folder 1 Box 39 Item 1.3.2
Triangle Building (Warner Bros. SKG): Beam-Column Sample Testing.
Folder 1 Box 39 Item 1.4
A Survey of Steel Moment-Resisting Frame Buildings Affected by the 1994 Northridge Earthquake.
Box 39 Folder 1 Item 1.5
Reconnaissance Report on Damage to Steel Building Structures Observed from the 1995 Hyogoken-Nanbu Earthquake.
Box 39 Folder 1 Item 1.6
Steel Moment Frame Repair: A New Solution.
Folder 1 Item 1.7 Box 39
Modern Steel Construction, ENR: Caught Off Balance, and The Lessons Learned from the Northridge Earthquake.
Box 39 Folder 1 Item 1.8
SAC Steel Program - Phase 1.
Folder 1 Item 1.9 Box 39
Interim Guideline No. 1: Steel Moment Frame Connection (FINAL DRAFT).
Folder 1 Item 1.1 Box 39
Proceedings of AISC Special Task COmmittee on the Northridge Earthquake Meeting.
Item 1.11 Box 39 Folder 1

Seismic Moment Connections.
Item 1.12 Box 40 Folder 1
Notes and Correspondence of the AISC Task Force.
Box 40 Folder 1 Item 1.12.1
Reports: Includes Procedure and Executive Summary as well as ENR: Steel Frame Fractures Raise Doubts, LA Times: Cracked Steel in Buildings Stirs Fear, and the Metallurgy of Innershield.
Item 1.12.2 Box 40 Folder 1
SAC Phase I.
Box 40 Item 1.13 Folder 1
Notes, Correspondence and Contracts.
Box 40 Item 1.13.1 Folder 1
Reports: Program for Reduction of Earthquake Hazards in Steel Moment Frame Buildings, Response of Steel Frame Buildings During the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Disaster, and Task 3: Assessment of the Performance of Steel Frame Buildings During the Northridge Earthquake.
Box 40 Item 1.13.2 Folder 1
NSF: Northridge.
Box 40 Item 1.14 Folder 1
Notes, Correspondence and Contracts.
Box 40 Item 1.14.1 Folder 1
Reports: Project Proposal and Summary, Cracking, Repair, and Ductility Enhancement of Large-Size Steel Beam-to-Columns Connections Subjected to Dynamic Cyclic Loading, Vibration Control Project: Passive Viscoelastic Dampers to Help Reduce Building Vibration from Wind and Seismic Events , and Weld Metal Toughness: A Key to Achieving Ductile Behavior of Moment Connections.
Box 40 Folder 1 Item 1.14.2
Test and Progress Report.
Item 1.14.3 Folder 1 Box 40
SOA on Fracture.
Box 40 Item 1.15 Folder 1
Fracture Mechanics of Structural Steel (2 copies).
Folder 1 Box 40 Item 1.15.1
SAC State of the Art Paper on Fracture Mechanics.
Folder 1 Box 40 Item 1.15.2
Articles: Modern Steel Construction, Northridge Fractures, Critical Energy Rate Analysis of Fracture Strength, NRL Reprint No. 20-52: Fracturing and Fracture Dynamics, and Viscoplastic Characterization of A533B Steel at High Strain Rates.
Item 1.15.3 Box 40 Folder 1
Photo and Fractographs.
Item 1.15.4 Box 40 Folder 1
The Loma Prieta Earthquake, October 17, 1989: Effects on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Area.
Item 1.16 Folder 1 Box 40
The Performance of Steel Buildings in Past Earthquakes.
Box 40 Folder 1 Item 1.17

SAC-Northridge: Lehigh Contributions.
Item 1.18 Folder 1 Box 41
Notes and Correspondence: Includes personal notes, preliminary analysis and findings.
Item 1.18.1 Box 41 Folder 1
Testing Protocol and Fixed Fee Subcontract.
Item 1.18.2 Box 41 Folder 1
Earthquake Research Workshop (8/3-4/95).
Box 41 Folder 1 Item 1.19
Workshop Material: Includes program overview and report as well as questions and discussion.
Item 1.19.1 Box 41 Folder 1
Reference Material: Survey Results Summary for Post-Earthquake Investigations Questions, Directions for Research in the Next Decade: Report on Workshop, and Directions for Research in the Next Decade: Proceedings of Workshop.
Folder 1 Box 41 Item 1.19.2
Invitational Workshop on Steel Seismic Issues.
Item 1.19.3 Box 41 Folder 1
Program to Reduce Earthquake Hazards in Steel Moment Frame Structures, Seismic Design Practices for Steel Buildings, and the Economist: A Survey of Earthquake Engineering.
Item 1.19.4 Box 41 Folder 1
Proposals to the National Science Foundation:Steel Building Retrofit Using Viscollastic Dampers, Performance of I5/Gavin Canyon and Undercrossing in the Northridge Earthquake, and Building Adjacency Problems Including Pounding During the Northridge Earthquake.
Box 41 Item 1.2 Folder 1
Reference Material: The Great Earthquake-What Kobe Taught Us About Steel Welded Structures, and Failure Experience of Steel Framed Structures Observed from Hanshin Great Earthquake.
Item 1.21 Box 41 Folder 1
Core Sample Evaluation: Owensmouth Report.
Item 1.22 Folder 1 Box 41
Weld Defect Evaluation: Warner Premier Building (WJE).
Item 1.23 Box 41 Folder 1

Examination of Base Plate Fractures: Oviatt Library (WJE).
Item 1.24 Box 42 Folder 1
Seismic Connections: Preliminary Test Results of Kaiser/Lehigh Bolted Repair Method, and Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings.
Item 1.25 Box 42 Folder 1
Beam-Column Fractures (WJE, MCA Building).
Item 1.26 Folder 1 Box 42
Photographs of Samples.
Folder 1 Box 42 Item 1.26.1
Notes, Correspondence, Modern Steel Construction (April 1994), and Test Results.
Folder 1 Item 1.26.2 Box 42
Aetna Casualty Surety Company vs. Turner Construction Company.
Item 1.26.3 Folder 1 Box 42
Weak Axis Moment Connections (A69).
Box 42 Folder 1 Item 1.27
Beam-to-Column Connections: Program of Tests of Moment-Resistant Steel Beam-to-Column Web Connections, and Beam-to-Column Connections: Program of Pilot Tests Associated with Beam-to-Column Web Connection Studies.
Folder 1 Item 1.27.1 Box 42
Fracture of Moment Connections: Parametric Analysis of Tension Flange Connection Details, Elastic-Plastic Analysis of Tension Flange Connection Details, and Highlights of Moment Connection Details Test No. 1.
Item 1.27.2 Folder 1 Box 42
Fracture of Moment Connections: Tests on Simulated Beam-to-Column Web Moment Connection Details, and Proposed Beam-to-Column Web Connection Specimens.
Item 1.27.3 Folder 1 Box 42
Fisher LMC2).
Folder Box 17 (Folder still in exhibit Item Box 17 (Folder still in exhibit Box 42
Williamsburg Bridge Studies (1994-2003):Orthotropic Steel Deck.
Box 42 File Folder 1
Williamsburg Bridge Technical Advisory Committee: Technical Report to the Commissioners of Transportation of the City and State of New York (June 30, 1988).
Item 1.1 Folder 1 Box 42
Williamsburg Bridge Rehabilitation South Roadways: Orthotropic Deck Reconstruction Phase III Field Tests- Lehigh University.
Folder 1 Item 1.2 Box 42

Invoice #4.
Folder 1 Item 1.2.1 Box 43
Technical Drawings: Include main span deck plan and details.
Folder 1 Box 43 Item 1.3
Williamsburg Test Rehabilitation - Orthotropic Deck Test Panel Phase II.
Item 1.4 Box 43 Folder 1
Subcontract Agreements and Invoice #1.
Box 43 Folder 1 Item 1.4.1
Invoice #17-22.
Item 1.4.2 Folder 1 Box 43
Proposal for Phase II: Laboratory Fatigue Testing.
Folder 1 Box 43 Item 1.4.3
Williamsburg Bridge: Orthotropic Deck Fatigue Test.
Item 1.5 Box 43 Folder 1
Williamsburg Bridge Phase I Report: Includes correspondence and test results.
Item 1.6 Box 43 Folder 1
Fatigue Test Results.
Item 1.7 Box 43 Folder 1

Williamsburg Field Tests.
Folder 1 Item 1.8 Box 44
Field Testing of the Invocon Wireless Data Acquisition System.
Item 1.8.1 Box 44 Folder 1
Evaluation of the Effects of Diaphragm Offset at Panel Point 67E on the South Outer Roadway: PDF Available at ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/233/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/233/.
Item 1.8.2 Folder 1 Box 44
Slides: Presentation on testing procedures and results.
Box 44 Item 1.8.3 Folder 1
Fractographs.
Item 1.8.4 Box 44 Folder 1
Newspaper Articles: Williamsburg Bridge: The Most Complex Bridge Rehabilitation Ever Undertaken, Orthotropic Steel Decks are a Viable Bridge Option, and Cable Ready for a New Century.
Box 44 Item 1.8.5 Folder 1
Photographs of Test Samples.
Box 44 Item 1.8.6 Folder 1
Correspondence.
Folder 1 Box 44 Item 1.9
Meeting Minutes.
Item 1.1 Box 44 Folder 1
FEM Study (Fang).
Item 1.11 Folder 1 Box 44
Mini Report on Spring Stiffness.
Folder 1 Box 44 Item 1.11.1
Summary of Finite Element Analysis of Bulkhead/Rib Connection.
Box 44 Folder 1 Item 1.11.2

Test Results and Analysis.
Item 1.11.3 Box 45 Folder 1
Finite Element Analysis and Model.
Item 1.11.4 Box 45 Folder 1
Williamsburg Bridge Rehabilitation Orthotropic Fatigue Test Panel: Phase I.
Box 45 Item 1.12 Folder 1
Invoices #3-5.
Box 45 Item 1.12.1 Folder 1
Invoices #6-9.
Folder 1 Item 1.12.2 Box 45
Invoices #10-12.
Folder 1 Box 45 Item 1.12.3
Invoices #13-16.
Folder 1 Item 1.12.4 Box 45
Spanning the 21st Century, The Role of Expert Witnesses in Design Cases: An Update, and Metals in Construction.
Item 1.13 Folder 1 Box 45
Phase III: Field Test.
Box 45 Item 1.14 Folder 1
Invoices #1-3.
Folder 1 Item 1.14.1 Box 45
Correspondence: Includes email and letter mail as well as personal notes.
Item 1.14.2 Folder 1 Box 45
Subcontract Agreements.
Box 45 Item 1.14.3 Folder 1

Reference Slides: Contain sample photos used in reports, can be cross referenced.
Item 1.15 Folder 1 Box 46
US Steel Building (JWF 166, 1967): Testing of beam and push out specimens as well as coupon tests and testing of concrete cylinders, includes test results, summary and graphs.
File Folder 1 Box 46
Fatigue Tests of Studs in Bending (JWF 173, 1969): Determination of the performance of studs welded to mild steel and various alloy steels, includes testing procedure and results.
Box 46 File Folder 2
AISI Criteria for Maximum Strength Design of Steel Bridges (1966-1974).
Box 46 File Folder 3
Testing Procedures and Results: Includes personal notes, raw data, as well as data exchanged between colleagues.
Item 3.1 Box 46 Folder 3
Correspondence: Includes letter mail, copies of report drafts and commentary.
Folder 3 Item 3.2 Box 46
Reports, Studies and Specifications.
Folder 3 Box 46 Item 3.3
Steel Research for construction: Tentative Criteria for Load Factor Design of Steel Highway Bridges (March 1969).
Item 3.3.1 Folder 3 Box 46
Tentative Design Criteria for Ultimate Strength Design of Steel Highway Bridges: Sections 2.1.2: Compact Beams and 2.4: Splices, Connections and Details.
Box 46 Folder 3 Item 3.3.2
Load Factor Design for Steel Building Structures by T.V. Galambos.
Box 46 Item 3.3.3 Folder 3
PennDOT HPS Demo Project (1997-2001).
File Folder 4 Box 46
Proposal Pennsylvania Innovative High-Performance Steel Bridge Demonstration Project.
Box 46 Item 4.1 Folder 4
Memorandum for preliminary results of design study comparing weights of flat web girders with corrugated web girders and for the proposed agenda for PennDOT meeting.
Item 4.2 Box 46 Folder 4
Correspondence, Notes and Reference: Includes Fatigue Test of Tensile Plates with Inclined Fillet Welded Ribs, PITA Report-Year 1: HPS Bridge Demonstration Project, and Corrugated Web Fabricators Presentation.
Item 4.3 Box 46 Folder 4
HPS Demonstration Project.
Folder 4 Item 4.4 Box 46
Notes and Correspondence: Includes personal notes, detailed conversation as well as preliminary test results.
Box 46 Item 4.4.1 Folder 4
The Pennsylvania Innovative HPS Highway Bridge Demonstration Project.
Item 4.4.2 Box 46 Folder 4
Reference: Pennsylvania Bridge Demo Presentation (transparencies), Standard Specification for Carbon and High-Strength Low-Alloy Structural Steel Shapes, Plates, and Bars, Bridge Girders with Corrugated Webs, and Pennsylvania SR 0772 Innovative HPS Bridge Demo Project.
Folder 4 Box 46 Item 4.4.3

DOT High Performance Steel Projects: Material and Corrugated Webs (1995-2003).
File Folder 5 Box 47
HPS Weldability Demo: Improved Weldability Using Undermatched Welds.
Box 47 Item 5.1 Folder 5
Optimum Weld-Metal Strength for High-Strength Steel Structures, PDF Available at: ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/210/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/210/.
Item 5.2 Folder 5 Box 47
Evaluation of a Production heat of an Improved Cu-Ni 70W/100W Steel, PDF Available at: ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/11/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/11/.
Item 5.3 Folder 5 Box 47
Report Meeting of HPS Steel Advisory Group.
Item 5.4 Box 47 Folder 5
Guide for Highway Bridge Fabrication with HPS70W Steel, High Performance Steel: Research to Practice, A Technical Overview of HPSs for Bridges, and HPSs for Structural Applications.
Item 5.5 Box 47 Folder 5
Flexural Strength and Ductility of HPS-100W Steel I-Girders, PDF Available at: ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/231/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/231/.
Item 5.6 Folder 5 Box 47
Draft Final Report: Innovative Bridge Design Using High Performance Steel.
Box 47 Item 5.7 Folder 5
HPS Innovative Bridge Designs.
Folder 5 Item 5.8 Box 47
Notes, Correspondence and Test Results: Includes personal notes, exchanged letter mail and contract agreements.
Folder 5 Item 5.8.1 Box 47
High Strength Steels for Buildings and Bridges.
Item 5.8.2 Folder 5 Box 47
Meeting Report: FHWA High Performance Steel Project.
Folder 5 Item 5.8.3 Box 47
Innovative Bridge Designs Using Enhanced Performance Steels.
Folder 5 Item 5.8.4 Box 47
The Development of Application Technology of High Performance Steel to Civil Structures: Bridge Designs to Exploit HPS.
Item 5.9 Folder 5 Box 47

Design and Behavior of High Performance Steel: I-Girders with Composite Webs, PDF Available at: ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/258/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/258/.
Box 48 Folder 5 Item 5.1
NYIEC Technical Conference: Cross Disciplinary Research and Education at the NSF ATLSS Center.
Box 48 Folder 5 Item 5.11
HPS Bridge Design.
Box 48 Folder 5 Item 5.12
Subcontracts and Correspondence: Includes meeting minutes.
Folder 5 Box 48 Item 5.12.1
Finite Element Models and Relationships Presentation (transparencies).
Box 48 Folder 5 Item 5.12.2
Stress-Strain Properties of HPS and the Implications for Civil-Structure Design.
Box 48 Folder 5 Item 5.12.3
Rotation Capacity and Tensile Ductility of High Performance Steel Members.
Item 5.12.4 Folder 5 Box 48
Expanded Draft Final Report on Effect of Yield-Tensile Ratio on Structural Behavior-High Performance Steels for Bridge Construction.
Folder 5 Item 5.12.5 Box 48
Historic Use of 100 ksi Bridge Steel, Bridge Research (FHWA), and International Survey of the Application of High Strength Steels in Bridges and other Structures.
Item 5.13 Box 48 Folder 5
Report of Meeting Attendance: Steering Committee-High Performance Steels.
Box 48 Item 5.14 Folder 5
Uses of High Strength Steel in International Bridge Design and Modern Steel Construction (Sept. 1994).
Item 5.15 Box 48 Folder 5
Application of High-Strength and High-Performance Steels in Bridge Structures: Includes report, notes and prepared workshop on topic.
Folder 5 Item 5.16 Box 48
Economical Steel Box Girder Bridges and NYS Structural Shape Catalog.
Box 48 Item 5.17 Folder 5
The National Symposium on Steel Bridge Construction: Proceedings.
Folder 5 Item 5.18 Box 48
Potential for High Performance Steel in Plate Girder Bridge Designs Under the LRFD Code.
Folder 5 Item 5.19 Box 48

High Performance Steel: Reviewed and Revised Material.
Item 5.2 Box 49 Folder 5
HPS and HPM Initiative (FHWA and PITA).
Folder 5 Item 5.21 Box 49
Report on Meeting on Cu-Ni HPS-70W/100W Grades for Bridges.
Box 49 Item 5.21.1 Folder 5
High Performance Steels (For bridge construction), Tennessee: State Route 53 Bridge Over Martin Creek, Jackson County, and Development of High Performance Steels for U.S.A. Bridges.
Item 5.21.2 Box 49 Folder 5
Volume I: Technical Capabilities.
Item 5.21.3 Folder 5 Box 49
Weldability Evaluation of Cu-Ni HPS 100W Bridge Steel, PDF Available at: ; HYPERLINK "http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/29/" \h ;http://preserve.lehigh.edu/engr-civil-environmental-atlss-reports/29/.
Folder 5 Item 5.22 Box 49
High Performance Steel Update Presentation.
Item 5.23 Box 49 Folder 5
Report on Meeting of HPS Steel Advisory Group (3/21/02, 11/20/02, and 10/30/03.
Folder 5 Box 49 Item 5.24
Development of an Improved HPS-100W Steel for Bridge Applications.
Box 49 Folder 5 Item 5.25
FHWA/PITA Correspondence and Meeting Reports.
Box 49 Item 5.26 Folder 5
The World Trade Center (2001-2002).
Box 49 File Folder 1
Photographs.
Box 49 Item 1.1 Folder 1
General.
Folder 1 Box 49 Item 1.1.1
The World Trade Center: Photosets #1-2.
Item 1.1.2 Folder 1 Box 49
The World Trade Center: Photosets #3-4.
Folder 1 Item 1.1.3 Box 49
ASCE #1-4.
Box 49 Item 1.1.4 Folder 1
ASCE #5-8.
Item 1.1.5 Box 49 Folder 1
Tower 2 (94-97) and Fire Damage.
Box 49 Item 1.1.6 Folder 1
Not Used.
Folder 1 Box 49 Item 1.1.7

New Articles.
Box 50 Folder 1 Item 1.2
Newspaper Clippings.
Folder 1 Box 50 Item 1.2.1
Online Articles.
Item 1.2.2 Folder 1 Box 50
ENR-The Construction Weekly.
Box 50 Folder 1 Item 1.2.3
Formal Notice of Release from Confidentiality Agreement.
Folder 1 Item 1.3 Box 50
Notes: Contain original welding design as well as photo identification.
Item 1.4 Folder 1 Box 50
Preliminary Notes: Detail a plan of action and an outline of tasks.
Folder 1 Box 50 Item 1.5
The World Trade Center: An Architectural and Engineering Milestone: 1964-1965 Design Booklet.
Folder 1 Box 50 Item 1.6
Collapse Theories and Engineering Analysis.
Box 50 Folder 1 Item 1.7
Tall Building Council: Following Sept. 11, 2001 the meeting evaluated specifications and designs to create redundant and safe tall structures.
Item 1.8 Box 50 Folder 1
Articles Relating to High Rise Fire Safety.
Folder 1 Item 1.9 Box 50
Building Performance Study: Focuses on the impact of fire damage to the structural stability of WTC buildings.
Box 50 Folder 1 Item 1.1
Notes and Correspondence: Detailed conversation between team members as well as personal notes and revisions.
Box 50 Folder 1 Item 1.10.1
Revisions and Review Suggestions for Final Report.
Item 1.10.2 Folder 1 Box 50
Reference Material: Includes articles and reports on the topic of the effect of fire on steel.
Box 50 Folder 1 Item 1.10.3

Draft of Executive Summary of Study.
Folder 1 Item 1.10.4 Box 51
General Comments on the Draft of the “World Trade Center Building Performance Study”.
Item 1.10.5 Folder 1 Box 51
Eyewitness Accounts: Includes first hand accounts as well as photographs taken at the site.
Box 51 Item 1.11 Folder 1
The World Trade Center (1966).
Folder 1 Item 1.12 Box 51
Notes and Correspondence.
Item 1.12.1 Box 51 Folder 1
Reference Material: Includes drawings of typical floor plan, Why Did the World Trade Center Collapse, Anatomy of Collapse, WTC Building Performance Study, Flexural Strength of Steel-Concrete Composite Beams, and ASTM E 1820.
Folder 1 Item 1.12.2 Box 51
A Report to Bethlehem Steel Corporation on the World Trade Center.
Box 51 Folder 1 Item 1.12.3
WTC Meeting, National Academy of Engineering Section 4 (Jan 18, 2002): Implications of Sept. 11 for large building systems.
Box 51 Folder 1 Item 1.13
Articles: Structural Integrity and the Oklahoma City Bombing, Public Safety-A Growing Factor in Modern Design, Experts Urging Broader Inquiry in Towers’ Fall, Wounded Buildings Offer Survival Lessons, What Made New York’s Twin Towers Collapse?, Chapter 3-Approach to Fire Design of Structures, and Chapter 5-Steel and Steel-Concrete Composite Structures.
Item 1.13.1 Folder 1 Box 51
ASCE/SEI Team.
Item 1.14 Folder 1 Box 51
Appendix B (of WTC study): Structural Steel and Steel Connections.
Box 51 Item 1.15 Folder 1
Notes and Correspondence: Includes commentary and revisions.
Folder 1 Item 1.15.1 Box 51
Chapter 1, Appendix B and C.
Box 51 Item 1.15.2 Folder 1
Appendix B: Drafts and working copies.
Box 51 Folder 1 Item 1.15.3
WTC 5 Connections: Collapse due to to fire exposure rather than debris impact.
Folder 1 Box 51 Item 1.16
Floor Truss Connections.
Box 51 Item 1.17 Folder 1
Technical Drawings: Detailed floor truss connections.
Box 51 Folder 1 Item 1.17.1
Notes and Correspondence: Includes preliminary analysis and calculations.
Box 51 Item 1.17.2 Folder 1

Floor Framing Plan.
Item 1.17.3 Folder 1 Box 52
Materials and Column Details: Includes test results for columns in WTC one and two as well as technical drawings with schematics.
Item 1.18 Folder 1 Box 52
FEMA Report: World Trade Center Building Performance Report 1.19.1: Chapter 1: Introduction.
Folder 1 Item 1.19 Box 52
Chapter 2: WTC 1 and WTC 2.
Folder 1 Box 52 Item 1.19.2
Chapter 3: WTC 3 (the World Trade Center Hotel).
Item 1.19.3 Box 52 Folder 1
Chapter 4: WTC 4, 5, and 6.
Item 1.19.4 Folder 1 Box 52
Chapter 5: WTC 7.
Folder 1 Item 1.19.5 Box 52
Chapter 6: Bankers Trust Building.
Folder 1 Item 1.19.6 Box 52
Chapter 7: Peripheral Buildings.
Box 52 Folder 1 Item 1.19.7
Chapter 8: Observations, Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations.
Folder 1 Item 1.19.8 Box 52
Appendix A: Overview of Fire Protection in Buildings.
Folder 1 Box 52 Item 1.19.9
Appendix B: Structural Steel and Steel Connections.
Item 1.19.10 Box 52 Folder 1
Appendix C: Metallurgical Examination.
Box 52 Folder 1 Item 1.19.11
Appendix D: Steel Data Collection Project Summary.
Box 52 Folder 1 Item 1.19.12
Appendix F: Structural Engineers Emergency Response Plan.
Item 1.19.13 Box 52 Folder 1
Final Draft-World Trade Center Building Performance Study: Data Collection, Preliminary Observations, and Recommendations.
Folder 1 Item 1.2 Box 52
Draft: WTC Building Performance Study Internal Review.
Folder 1 Box 52 Item 1.21

Team Rules and Proceedings.
Box 53 Folder 1 Item 1.22
The Oklahoma City Bombing.
Box 53 Folder 1 Item 1.23
High Rise Building Fires.
Box 53 Item 1.24 Folder 1
High Rise Office Buildings.
Item 1.25 Box 53 Folder 1
Two Fires Demonstrate Evacuation Problems in High-Rise Buildings.
Item 1.26 Folder 1 Box 53
Fire Investigations: National Fire Protection Association.
Item 1.27 Box 53 Folder 1
First Interstate Bank Building Fire (1988).
Folder 1 Box 53 Item 1.27.1
World Trade Center Explosion and Fire (1993).
Box 53 Folder 1 Item 1.27.2
folder 1 continues.
Box 53 Folder Box 20 Item Box 20
IaDOT Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Boom Failure (WJE No.993019, 1999-2003): Corrosion in bolts.
File Folder 1 Box 53
Notes and Correspondence.
Box 53 Folder 1 Item 1.1
Gettler and Ruffing vs Paxton-Mitchell: Report of Expert Pursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Item 1.2 Box 53 Folder 1
Disposition of John W. Fisher.
Item 1.3 Box 53 Folder 1
Exhibits #1-7.
Item 1.4 Box 53 Folder 1
Exhibit #8.
Box 53 Item 1.5 Folder 1
Exhibits: #9-10.
Box 53 Folder 1 Item 1.6
Exhibits #11-12.
Folder 1 Item 1.7 Box 53

Column Web Cracking, North Tower of Valley Medical Center (WJE No.960673, 1996).
File Folder 2 Box 54
Photographs.
Item 2.1 Folder 2 Box 54
Notes and Correspondence.
Item 2.2 Box 54 Folder 2
Reference Material: Strain Aging Behavior of Microalloyed Steels, and Nurcor-Yamato Steel: Tide (WJE) Commentary of APTECH Report.
Folder 2 Box 54 Item 2.3
Reports.
Folder 2 Box 54 Item 2.4
Root Cause Evaluation of Web Cracking in Columns for the Santa Clara Medical Center, North Tower Project.
Box 54 Folder 2 Item 2.4.1
Review of Web Cracking Variables.
Folder 2 Item 2.4.2 Box 54
K- Area Investigation and Property Changes.
Folder 2 Item 2.4.3 Box 54
Web Cracking at Moment Connection and Strain Aging Behavior of Microalloyed Steels.
Box 54 Folder 2 Item 2.4.4
WJE/ATLSS Test Program Report.
Item 2.4.5 Box 54 Folder 2
AISC Advisory Committees and K-Region Tests (1997-2002, AISC).
Box 54 File Folder 3
Effect of Straightening method on the Cyclic Behavior of K-Area in Steel Rolled Shapes.
Item 3.1 Box 54 Folder 3
Updating Standard Shape Material Properties Database for Design and Reliability (K-Area 4).
Box 54 Item 3.2 Folder 3
Web Crippling, Minutes of June 13, 2001 Meeting, and Joe Yura’s Memo of Sept. 25, 2001.
Box 54 Folder 3 Item 3.3
Meeting Minutes and Task Committee Correspondence.
Item 3.4 Folder 3 Box 54
The Effect of Straightening Method on the K-Area.
Item 3.5 Folder 3 Box 54

K-Area Toughness: Lehigh Test Results.
Folder 3 Box 55 Item 3.6
Critique of “Cracking of Wide Flange “K” Distance Location”.
Folder 3 Box 55 Item 3.7
AISC Advisory Statement on Mechanical Properties Near the Fillet of Wide Flange Shapes and Interim Recommendations.
Item 3.8 Box 55 Folder 3
AISC K-Region Tests.
Box 55 Folder 3 Item 3.9
Slide Presentations.
Folder 3 Item 3.1 Box 55
Effect of Manufacturing Process on K-Area Properties and Service Performance.
Box 55 Folder 3 Item 3.10.1
Sample Photos.
Box 55 Folder 3 Item 3.10.2
Materials and Design Workshop, Jan. 8, 1997.
Item 3.11 Folder 3 Box 55
AISC on Transverse Welds.
Box 55 Item 3.12 Folder 3
Strength of Transverse Fillet Welds Made with FIller Metals without Specified Toughness.
Box 55 Item 3.13 Folder 3

Study on Cyclic Stress-Strain (AISC, 1998).
File Folder 4 Box 56
Characterization of Cyclic Inelastic Strain Behavior on Properties of A572 Grade 50 and A913 Rolled Sections.
Folder 4 Item 4.1 Box 56
Through-Thickness Properties of Structural Steels.
Item 4.2 Folder 4 Box 56
AISC Research Subcommittee on Shape Material and Design.
Box 56 File Folder 5
Actuator Failure (1989, ConnDOT): Fatigue cracking of hydraulic actuator rod.
Box 56 File Folder 1
Crane Failure (1988, ConnDOT).
File Folder 2 Box 56
Photographs: 950-8.
Box 56 Item 2.1 Folder 2
Notes and Correspondence.
Folder 2 Item 2.2 Box 56
Kone Wood (1991): Cracking in groove welds on a Hardox bearing flanges of Kone barking drum support ring.
Box 56 File Folder 3
Newark Monorail Structure (AEG Car, 1993): Test results and properties of A242 and A588 Weathering Steels.
Box 56 File Folder 4
I-84/I-91 Interchange (1989-1990, ConnDOT).
Box 56 File Folder 5
Notes and “The Basis for Revised Non-Destructive Testing and Weld Defect Acceptance Standards for Steel Bridges in BS 5400.
Folder 5 Item 5.1 Box 56
Memorandums: Project 63-375, Structure 10 National Eastern Corporation Repair Procedure No. 41.
Folder 5 Box 56 Item 5.2
Correspondence.
Box 56 Folder 5 Item 5.3
Photographs: 950-14.
Item 5.4 Box 56 Folder 5

Progress Reports on Project 63-375, Structure 10 National Eastern Corporation.
Item 5.5 Box 57 Folder 5
Correspondence from ConnDOT: Office of Research and Materials.
Box 57 Item 5.6 Folder 5
ATLSS Reports on State Project 63-375: I-84/I-91 Interchange.
Folder 5 Box 57 Item 5.7
Brunswick Plant (1992-1993, Bechtel): Aim to establish a confidence level of the miscellaneous steel in the Reactor Building and document the current design basis for miscellaneous steel.
Box 57 File Folder 6
Brunswick Nuclear Plant: Phase I Engineering Walkdown Procedure for Reactor Building Supplementary Steel.
Folder 6 Box 57 Item 6.1
Overview of Unit 1: Restart Evaluation.
Folder 6 Box 57 Item 6.1.1
Brunswick Steel Electric Plant: Phase II Walkdown Procedure.
Folder 6 Box 57 Item 6.2
Analysis of Platforms.
Box 57 Item 6.3 Folder 6
Meeting Minutes.
Box 57 Folder 6 Item 6.4
Notes and Correspondence: Includes preliminary analysis and sketches as well as detailed phone conversations.
Box 57 Folder 6 Item 6.5
Carolina Power Light Company: Guidelines for Addressing Generic Irregularities for Reactor Building Miscellaneous Steel, and Misc. Steel Eval. - Restart Analysis Criteria.
Item 6.6 Folder 6 Box 57
Draft TAC Interim Report on Brunswick Miscellaneous Steel Verification Program (MSVP).
Folder 6 Box 57 Item 6.7

Brunswick Steam Electric Plant: Miscellaneous Steel Verification Program Report for Restart Unit 2.
Item 6.8 Folder 6 Box 58
Table of Contents.
Folder 6 Box 58 Item 6.8.1
Executive Summary.
Item 6.8.2 Folder 6 Box 58
I. Introduction.
Box 58 Item 6.8.3 Folder 6
II. Methodology.
Folder 6 Box 58 Item 6.8.4
III. Acceptance Criteria.
Box 58 Item 6.8.5 Folder 6
IV. Evaluation Results.
Folder 6 Item 6.8.6 Box 58
V. Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).
Box 58 Item 6.8.7 Folder 6
VI. Bases for Restart.
Folder 6 Box 58 Item 6.8.8
VII. Conclusions and Recommendations.
Folder 6 Item 6.8.9 Box 58
Appendix A.
Box 58 Item 6.8.10 Folder 6
Appendix B.
Box 58 Item 6.8.11 Folder 6
Appendix C.
Folder 6 Item 6.8.12 Box 58
Appendix D.
Item 6.8.13 Folder 6 Box 58
Brunswick Steam Electric Plant: Assessment of the Miscellaneous Steel Verification Program by the Technical Advisory Committee.
Item 6.9 Folder 6 Box 58
Distribution of Engineering Walkdown Procedure (WDP).
Item 6.1 Box 58 Folder 6
Final Report on Brunswick Miscellaneous Steel Verification Program (MSVP).
Item 6.11 Folder 6 Box 58
Reference Material: Includes Bolted Joints with Oversize or Slotted Holes, and Demand and Supply of Ductility in Steel Shear Connections.
Box 58 Folder 6 Item 6.12
Fatigue Problems with Bridges and Other Structures.
Box 58 Folder Box 22 Item Box 22
Bolted Connection at Counter Stool (1983, Punta Gorde, FL).
Box 58 File Folder 1
On Site Photographs: Descriptions included.
Item 1.1 Folder 1 Box 58
Sample Photographs and Fractographs.
Box 58 Folder 1 Item 1.2
Evaluation of the Bolted Connection Failure in Counter Stool at Howard Johnson’s Restaurant in Punta Gorde, Florida.
Box 58 Item 1.3 Folder 1

D10 Box Girder Measurements (WMATA, 1988): Hairline surface cracking of D10 steel web.
File Folder 2 Box 59
Fire Damage and Tunnel Steel (WMATA, 1988): Girder exposed to an electrical fire and tunnel steel tested to determine chemical composition and properties.
File Folder 3 Box 59
Web Buckles in Unit D3007 OB of Section D10 (WMATA, 1988).
File Folder 4 Box 59
Technical Drawings: Includes detailed schematics of steel Metro girders.
Box 59 Item 4.1 Folder 4
Photographs.
Box 59 Item 4.2 Folder 4
Correspondence and Evaluation.
Box 59 Folder 4 Item 4.3
Rail Fracture (WMATA, 1988).
Box 59 File Folder 5
Evaluation of Metro Rail Cracks.
Item 5.1 Folder 5 Box 59
Notes and Correspondence.
Folder 5 Box 59 Item 5.2
Reference Material: High Strength Running Rail Specs, Bethlehem Steel Report on Failed Restraining Rails, and Investigation of Catastrophic Failure of a Premium-Alloy Railroad Rail.
Box 59 Item 5.3 Folder 5
Photographs.
Box 59 Folder 5 Item 5.4
Fractographs.
Box 59 Folder 5 Item 5.4.1
Rail: 950-1E.
Item 5.4.2 Box 59 Folder 5
Rail Instrumentation and Locomotive Weight (WMATA, 1989).
File Folder 6 Box 59
Notes and Correspondence: Includes preliminary analysis and calculations.
Folder 6 Item 6.1 Box 59
Photographs: 950-1B.
Folder 6 Item 6.2 Box 59
Fatigue and Static Strength of Escalator Steps (WMATA, 1990).
Box 59 File Folder 7
D14 Bolts (WMATA, 1988): Includes evaluation and test result data.
Box 59 File Folder 8
Inspection of L2C, A13, and D10 (WMATA, 1988-1989).
File Folder 9 Box 59
Notes and Correspondence: Includes extensive notes on meetings, phone calls, and test results.
Box 59 Folder 9 Item 9.1
Photographs: 950-1.
Folder 9 Box 59 Item 9.2
Evaluation Reports: D10 Box Girder Retrofit Instrumentation and Inspection Trip to L2C, A13, and D10 on February 13, 1989.
Item 9.3 Box 59 Folder 9
D10 Box Girder Web Cracks (WMATA, 1993).
Box 59 File Folder 10
Notes and Correspondence.
Folder 10 Box 59 Item 10.1
Cracking in Box Girder Webs of Unit D3007 at New Diaphragms at Piers.
Box 59 Item 10.2 Folder 10

Retrofit of Fatigue-Induced Cracks in Aerial Structures (WMATA, 1991): Includes presentation slides.
File Folder 11 Box 60
Oklahoma Bridge, AFCO Steel Fabrication (1991).
Box 60 File Folder 12
C10b Box Pier Caps (WMATA, 1997).
Box 60 File Folder 13
Notes and Correspondence: Includes evaluation report.
Box 60 Item 13.1 Folder 13
Photographs.
Box 60 Item 13.2 Folder 13
Fractographs.
Box 60 Folder 13 Item 13.2.1
Photos: 950-4.
Folder 13 Box 60 Item 13.2.2
Technical Drawings.
Box 60 Folder 13 Item 13.3
Fracture Evaluation of Sign Structure Anchor Bolt and Cracked Box Truss (ConnDOT, 1996).
Box 60 File Folder 14
Cracked Connection Angle and Fatigue Seminar (1989, Burlington Northern Railroad).
File Folder 15 Box 60
Slide Presentation.
Box 60 Item 15.1 Folder 15
Notes and Correspondence.
Folder 15 Box 60 Item 15.2
Pins on Wyoming Bridge (1991, Egger Steel Co.).
File Folder 16 Box 60
I-95 State Road Viaduct Philadelphia, PA (1999, Leon Lai).
Box 60 File Folder 17
Walkway Inspection of I-95, CT (George Tomasso Construction, 1996).
File Folder 18 Box 60
Technical Drawings.
Box 60 Item 18.1 Folder 18
Notes and Correspondence: Includes Evaluation of DOT Project No.158-167/171, Fixed Inspection Walkway.
Item 18.2 Folder 18 Box 60
Photographs.
Box 60 Folder 18 Item 18.3
Queensboro Bridge (1996): Queensboro Bridge Tie Road Alternate.
Box 60 File Folder 19
High Steel Structures: Damaged Girder (1995).
File Folder 20 Box 60
Brooklyn Bridge, Pearl Street (1997): Bridge pins and eyebar.
File Folder 21 Box 60
SR581 Bridge Collapse (HDR, 1996).
File Folder 22 Box 60
Cable Stay (1998, HNTB): Mainline Bridge over Charles River - Girder to Cable Anchorage.
Box 60 File Folder 23
SAP90 Finite Element Cable Anchorage Analysis (CRC).
Item 23.1 Box 60 Folder 23

Rail Steel Ties (BHP, 1996): British Columbia Rail Steel Tie Faliures.
Box 61 File Folder 24
Slotted Holes (EQE, 1996): Washer Requirements for Long Slotted Holes.
File Folder 25 Box 61
Market Street Bridge (Michael Baker, 1996): S.R. 0015, Market Street Bridge, Williamsport, PA.
Box 61 File Folder 26
Newburg-Beacon Bridge (M.
File Folder 27 Box 61
Technical Drawings.
Box 61 Item 27.1 Folder 27
Notes and Correspondence.
Item 27.2 Box 61 Folder 27