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CTS Transportation Infrastructure Research Council seminar/webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Kaydee J Kirk
13:15
Welcome to the 2020 CTS Infrastructure Fall Webinar and Council Meeting!
Kaydee J Kirk
16:56
We currently have 41 people joining today's webinar.
Kaydee J Kirk
18:01
Please send me a chat note with your email address if you'd like to request a PDH form to be emailed to you after the event.
Duane Green
21:30
Kaydee, please send a PDH form to Duane.green@state.mn.us Thanks
Nancy Daubenberger
21:42
Congrats on your retirement, Carol, and thanks for all your work and contributions to MnDOT bridge research over the years! See you on the trails!
Carol Shield
22:21
Thanks Nancy
Gina M Baas
24:45
Thanks, Jennifer!
Kaydee J Kirk
24:49
Yes, thank you. Please just go ahead and send any chat for the PDH to "all panelists" for now. In the future, we will adjust the setting to allow only chat with the host. Thanks for your understanding and patience!
Kaydee J Kirk
30:32
Attendees: Submit any questions and comments at any time during today's event by using the Q&A feature at the bottom of your screen. The moderator will verbally share those during Q&A time. Thank you!
Carol Shield
38:43
there were 8 fully loaded sand trucks
Carol Shield
41:13
linear. The 8 trucks were placed in several different configuration. I believe the one shown had them packed as close as possible together. Data was taken with the trucks parked on the bridge (and no other data on the bridge). This live load was actually larger locally than the design loads.
Carol Shield
46:23
I don't think you can get enough trucks onto the center of the span to do that. These trucks were all over the "legal limit", i.e. they would have had to be permitted. So under normal circumstances you would not get traffic induced curvatures larger than the thermally induced curvatures.
Kaydee J Kirk
01:01:29
Attendees: Any questions for Ben, Duane, or Lauren please add at any time here. Thanks.
Kaydee J Kirk
01:07:02
Round Robin questions for all attendees – please share in Chat!1. What current transportation infrastructure issues are you and/or your organization facing?2. Do you have any organizational, informational, or event updates to share?3. What ideas do you have for potential future Infrastructure Council meeting topics or speakers?
Mark Maloney
01:08:15
what’s the typical service life of a sensor?
Mark Maloney
01:10:06
What new instrumentation protocols were developed on this bridge, has it established any new standards?
Kaydee J Kirk
01:16:48
This webinar is being recorded and it will be posted online for people to watch after.
Kaydee J Kirk
01:18:09
Also, a PDF of Lauren Linderman's presentation slides will be posted on the event page shortly.
Kaydee J Kirk
01:20:46
Reminder: Here is a link to the upcoming CTS Research Council webinars and council meetings. All are free but registration is required. https://www.cts.umn.edu/events/seminars
Kaydee J Kirk
01:22:22
Here is the link to what Gina was referring to: https://www.cts.umn.edu/events/seminar/2020/delivery
Jeanne Kling
01:22:41
Much of the success of the !-35 bridge can be attributed to all parties following an ideology called Vested. Especially the expedited timeline. Does MnDOT consider using this model on current projectys
Jeanne Kling
01:23:55
It has been documented in a white paper found on VestedWay.com and in a book
Kaydee J Kirk
01:24:20
Mark and Kristy: Sounds like we winding down and probably ready to close the webinar. Unless anything roles in.
Kaydee J Kirk
01:24:38
Nice work presenters!
Kaydee J Kirk
01:24:55
Thank you all for joining!