Engineering [US Army TM 5-104]

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In contrast, Theater of Operations design uses surface ditching almost exclusively because of limited pipe supplies and the absence of storm sewer systems to collect runoff. Design the drainage system to remove surface water effectively from operating areas, to intercept and dispose of runoff from adjoining areas, to intercept and remove detrimental conditions of the selected design storm, and to minimize the effects of exceptionally adverse weather conditions. Consider the proposed use of the road.

42 BRIDGING Many varieties of standard railroad bridges are available through AFCS. Construction details and bills of material are shown in TM 5-302. General information on types and FM 5-104 construction procedures or criteria for standard railroad bridging is given in TM 5-312. Nonstandard railroad bridging can be constructed out of any available suitable material. The military situation rarely permits permanent railroad construction, hence semipermanent construction is generally used. up girders.

Alternate routing of highways over railroad bridges. ŽBypasses with a grade crossing around an overpass. ŽFords. Even though railroad detours usually cover greater distances than highway detours, the problem is reduced considerably when an alternate route is available to a serviceable bridge, or to a bridge that can be repaired under favorable circumstances. Detours and bypasses are usually of the following types: ŽAlternate routing over other existing bridges which have not been damaged. ŽAlternate routing over bridges with lesser damage or routing to other locations.

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