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Tech Subcommittee XX Annual or Mid-Year Meeting 20YY Page 1 of 22 COMMITTEE ON MATERIALS AND PAVEMENTS Meeting (Annual or Mid-Year) Mid-Year Webinar Agenda Date December 11th, 2019 Scheduled Time 1:00 to 3:00 PM EST Technical Subcommittee & Name Flexible and Metallic Pipe Chair Name and (State) Tim Ruelke (FL) Vice Chair Name and (State) Ian Rish (GA) Research Liaison Name and (State) I. Introduction and Housekeeping II. Call to Order and Opening Remarks III. Roll Call of Voting Members Present Member Name State Present Member Name State Ruelke, Tim FL Fung, Clement MA Rish, Ian GA Stanton, John MI Widdington, Todd NC Trautman, Brett MO Ingram, Steven AL Heiser, Steve NY San Angelo, Michael AK Wutzke, Scott ND Pinkerton, Jennifer M. DE Lane, Becca Ontario Pfiefer, Brian (Danial Tobias) IL Ramirez, Timothy PA Hanson, Justin KS Short, Temple and Merrill Zwanka SC Davis, Jason LA Egan, Brian (Mike Doran, Danny Lane) TN Bradbury, Richard L ME Williams, Kurt (Garett Webster) WA Babish, Andy (John Schuler) VA Seward, Kenny OK Stanevich, Ron WV Lawrence, William UT Quorum Rules Met? Annual Meeting: Simple majority of voting members (y/ n) | Mid-Year Meeting: Voting members present (y/ n) 11/24 voting members A. Review of Membership (New members, exiting members, etc.) 1. New Members- None 2. Exiting Members - None IV. Approval of Technical Subcommittee Minutes – 2019 Mid-Year Webinar – Jan. 22 nd , 2019 Posted to https://materials.transportation.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/09/TS-4b-–-Flexible- and-Metallic-Pipe-2019-Annual-Meeting-Minutes.pdf Motion to approve meeting minutes by Pennsylvania Seconded by Tennessee Motion passed

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COMMITTEE ON MATERIALS AND PAVEMENTS

Meeting (Annual or Mid-Year) Mid-Year Webinar Agenda Date December 11th, 2019 Scheduled Time 1:00 to 3:00 PM EST Technical Subcommittee & Name Flexible and Metallic Pipe Chair Name and (State) Tim Ruelke (FL) Vice Chair Name and (State) Ian Rish (GA) Research Liaison Name and (State)

I. Introduction and Housekeeping

II. Call to Order and Opening Remarks

III. Roll Call of Voting Members

Present Member Name State Present Member Name State ☒ Ruelke, Tim FL ☒ Fung, Clement MA ☒ Rish, Ian GA ☐ Stanton, John MI ☐ Widdington, Todd NC ☐ Trautman, Brett MO ☐ Ingram, Steven AL ☐ Heiser, Steve NY ☐ San Angelo, Michael AK ☐ Wutzke, Scott ND ☒ Pinkerton, Jennifer M. DE ☐ Lane, Becca Ontario ☒ Pfiefer, Brian (Danial Tobias) IL ☒ Ramirez, Timothy PA ☐ Hanson, Justin KS ☒ Short, Temple and Merrill

Zwanka SC

☐ Davis, Jason LA ☒ Egan, Brian (Mike Doran, Danny Lane)

TN

☐ Bradbury, Richard L ME ☒ Williams, Kurt (Garett Webster)

WA

☒ Babish, Andy (John Schuler) VA ☐ Seward, Kenny OK Stanevich, Ron WV ☒ Lawrence, William UT

Quorum Rules Met? Annual Meeting: Simple majority of voting members (☐y/ ☐n) | Mid-Year Meeting: Voting members present (☒y/ ☐n) 11/24 voting members

A. Review of Membership (New members, exiting members, etc.)

1. New Members- None 2. Exiting Members - None

IV. Approval of Technical Subcommittee Minutes – 2019 Mid-Year Webinar – Jan. 22nd, 2019

Posted to https://materials.transportation.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/09/TS-4b-–-Flexible-and-Metallic-Pipe-2019-Annual-Meeting-Minutes.pdf

Motion to approve meeting minutes by Pennsylvania

Seconded by Tennessee

Motion passed

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V. Old Business

(Outstanding or action items from previous meeting; use Heading 1 through Heading 6 styles to get outline format.)

A. Items remaining unresolved from Fall Ballot COMP Item No. 13: Concurrent ballot to revise M196. M196 was up for reconfirmation this cycle and the stewards identified several items that needed to be addressed. Ballot Results: Affirmative= 44, Negative=0, Comments=Yes – Editorial Stewards – Kansas and AASHTO to provide edits to publications by ? Kansas was not on the call no date was decided COMP Item No. 14: Concurrent ballot to revise M197. M197 was up for reconfirmation this cycle and the stewards identified several items that needed to be addressed. The changes in this ballot are modest in keeping with a reconfirmation. More significant changes will be coming in a future TS ballot. Ballot Results: Affirmative= 44, Negative=0, Comments=Yes – Editorial Stewards – FL and Tennessee The question before the TS is do we want to make M197 dual units. I think that’s just a matter of gutting it out line-by-line and making the conversions.

The bigger question I have is M197 takes excerpts for two specific alloys from a much larger table in ASTM B209 and reprints them in M197 (See Section 7.1 and Table 3 in M197 and the clip from B209 below). Why would we do that? Have you seen this technique before? Are DOTs so restrictive that we only allow two alloys? Even if we are, why not just specify the two alloys and tell the reader to go find the allowable properties in B209? Is it about DOT’s not having access to the ASTMs?

Notes: New task force will work on metric equivalency for fall comp ballot. AASHTO will keep the current formatting only calling out two alloys. Task force members Florida and Tennessee.

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COMP Item No. 15: Concurrent ballot to revise M245. M245 was up for reconfirmation this cycle and the stewards identified several items that needed to be addressed. The changes in this ballot are modest in keeping with a reconfirmation. More significant changes will be coming in a future TS ballot. Ballot Results: Affirmative= 44, Negative=0, Comments=Yes – Editorial

Stewards – FL and Illinois Dan Tobias - However, there a few other things that are bothering me concerning the ballot which could cause a significant delay. I think I found something like around 12 mistakes in ASTM A762/A762M in various places. Maybe 9 of these I am sure are mistakes. There also seems to be major issues with M 245’s Table 12 and its ASTM A762 counterparts (Tables 12 and 13). You’ll see in the attached draft revised M 245 that there is major “blood on the page”. I am not sure the M 245 revisions are “right” and am also not sure exactly how wrong ASTM actually is. Both could be very wrong…….

So, again, these last two issues are kind of sticky wickets that may need some time to resolve. The Chair propose a task force to resolve – FL, Illinois and ASTM Notes: New Task force approved, Florida, Illinois ASTM and, Mike McGough ([email protected]) COMP Item No. 16: Concurrent ballot to revise M252, Section 9.1.1. Ballot Results: Affirmative= 44, Negative=0, Comments=Yes – Editorial COMP Item No. 17: COMP ballot to revise M330, Table 1 to eliminate the maximums. Ballot Results: Affirmative=41, Negative=0, Comments=Yes – Editorial Recon. Item No. 1: M 36-16 - Standard Specification for Corrugated Steel Pipe, Metallic-Coated, for Sewers and Drains. Ballot Results: Affirmative=19, Negative=0, Comments=Yes – Editorial Stewards – WA and MI Notes: Washington agreed to be steward Michigan was not on the call. Mike Mcgough requested to be added to this group. Recon. Item No. 2: M 218-03 - Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized), for Corrugated Steel Pipe. Ballot Results: Affirmative=19, Negative=0, Comments=No Recon. Item No. 3: T 249-03 - Standard Method of Test for Helical Lock Seam Corrugated Pipe. Ballot Results: Affirmative=19, Negative=0, Comments=No

B. COMP Ballot Items (Include any ASTM changes/equivalencies, including ASTM standards’ revision years.) COMP Ballot # Standard

Results (neg/affirm) Comments/Negatives Action

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B. COMP Ballot Items (Include any ASTM changes/equivalencies, including ASTM standards’ revision years.) COMP Ballot # Standard

Results (neg/affirm) Comments/Negatives Action

C. Technical Subcommittee Ballots TS Ballot # Standard

Results (neg/affirm) Comments/Negatives Action

D. Reconfirmation Ballots Reconf. Ballot # Standard

Results (neg/affirm) Comments/Negatives Action

E. Task Force Reports Task Force # Title Members Status/Update 2017-01 Review/Update M 190

and M243 Ramirez (PA) and Kemp(WI)

M190 no changes recommended M 243 recommended to add note 1 to section 4.1: “The minimum thickness of asphalt mastic may be measured with a penetration type thickness go /no go or wet film thickness gauge” Tim Ruelke & Tim Ramirez will provide a redline document for an TS ballot

01-19 Propose revisions to M294 to allow the option of the V-holder.

Dan Currence (PPI), Doug Baker (Springfield Plastics), John Kurtzel (ADS)< Greg Baryluk (ADS), and Michael Pluimer (Crossroads Engineering), and Temple Short (South Carolina), Paul Leukerela (California). Temple will be the lead.

Task force will remain in place until Dan Currence provides a presentation on their proposed changes.

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VI. New Business

A. AASHTO re:source/CCRL/NTPEP (Observations from assessments, as applicable.)

1. Discussion of NTPEP evaluation of Labs that test plastic pipe. There is no accreditation for these tests. Need an update and discussion. Katheryn Malusky explained AASHTO is in the process of working with AASHTO leadership to identify how AASHTO moves forward with providing pipe audits to the state DOT labs. Action Item #1: Katheryn Malusky will provide an update on this at the next mid-year webinar. Update from Katheryn: NTPEP will no longer check the state labs. Any state wishing to have their lab reviewed needs to contact AASTO Re:source. Re:source will determine if they can/will do it during inspections. Re:source (Lenker) indicates there are few DOT labs that want to be reviewed. Willing to discuss options. Notes: Florida and Illinois wanted it to continue. Disappointed that it is going away The lab audits were out of the scope of the NTPEP so it was decided to discontinue

B. Presentation by Industry/Academia 1. Proposed changes to M 330 by Dan Currence and/or Greg Baryluk – Plastic Pipes Institute Proposed changes to AASHTO M330 to make it more consistent with ASTM F2881.

The changes we’ve proposed were initiated by Greg Baryluk with ADS, then reviewed & approved by the industry. The primary change is to eliminate the upper limit of resin strength. This topic was discussed last week at the NTPEP meeting for Thermoplastic Pipe. NTPEP believes this change will eliminate a point of confusion for their auditors. Slides for this presentation are attached to these minutes.

Changes will require COMP Ballot. Motion made by ME; MO seconded. All were in favor of moving this to COMP ballot.

Update: Item was balloted (See Item No. 17). Ballot passed. Affirmative=41, Negative=0

C. Revisions/Work on Standards for Coming Year

D. Review of Stewardship List See Attachment C

R 93- FL MP 40- GA

E. Proposed New Standards None

F. NCHRP Issues None

G. Correspondence, Calls, Meetings From Temple Short (SC)

At the recent NTPEP meeting, the auditors brought an issue to the Thermoplastic Pipe (THP) Technical Committee that the group would like TS 4b to consider. Manufacturers are typically using a V-holder to test M294 pipe brittleness by impact testing as described in ASTM D2444. ASTM D2444 section 5.4 allows the use

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of either a V-holder or flat plate. However, M294 specifies the flat plate be used so they are technically not following the spec. It appears the V-holder is considered safer as well as being a more severe test of brittleness. The THP TC would like TS 4b to discuss whether M294 should be revised to allow the option of the V-holder. Industry would like harmony across all related standards. Perhaps wording can be put in to provide clarity and consistency. PPI can provide proposed wording at mid-year webinar. The Chair believes this wording needs to be added for safety and consistency reasons. Perhaps a note to include what type of wedge is acceptable can be included in M294 and F2306. Task Force 01-19: Dan Currence (PPI), Doug Baker (Springfield Plastics), John Kurtzel (ADS)< Greg Baryluk (ADS), and Michael Pluimer (Crossroads Engineering), and Temple Short (South Carolina), Paul Leukerela (California). Temple will be the lead.

Status Report - Temple has given the recommendation to allow the V-holder. She proposed language to allow it. A TS Ballot has been drafted a will go out with any other TS Ballot from the December 11th Webinar.

Also, M252 references ASTM F405 which has been replaced by F667. F667 has been revised to using a tup for brittleness testing instead of parallel plates. Should the technical subcommittee consider revising M252 for harmonization with ASTM? Either Matt Mueller or Sarc can provide much more detail on the matter. AL and DE are stewards for M252. DE will take the lead on this. Industry will provide track changes to DE and AL and then a TS ballot will be ready for the mid-year webinar.

Status Report (Pinkerton Del DOT) - Industry was going to work on the changes and they will not have it ready until January. They did not realize the mid-year call was going to be this early and hadn’t planned for that. They are now aware of the 12/11 deadline but likely won’t have it for us, nor is their rep (Dan Currence) available.

Section 9.9.9.1- Revise specimen length to no less than 300 mm, etc. Brian Chestnut will provide language to Chair. This revision would be done first. NTPEP would be in support of this. This TS will send out a TS ballot this fall and then the results will be available to NTPEP so the work plan can be changed before the end of 2019. OK makes motion, seconded by ME. All were in favor. All audits will be done in accordance to this change in 2020.

See COMP Ballot Item 16 - Ballot Results: Affirmative= 44, Negative=0, Comments=Yes – Editorial

H. Proposed New Task Forces (Include list of volunteers to lead and/or join TF.)

01-19 – Sunset? Notes: Leave in place until Dan presents

I. New TS Ballots 1. Reconfirmation Ballots a. M 167 GA-AL - Corrugated Steel Structural Plate, Zinc-Coated, for Field-Bolted Pipe, Pipe-Arches,

and Arches b. M190 MI-PA - Asphalt-Coated Corrugated Metal Culvert Pipe and Pipe-Arches c. M 219 WA-TN - Corrugated Aluminum Alloy Structural Plate for Field-Bolted Pipe, Pipe-Arches, and

Arches d. M243 NY-ME - Field-Applied Coating of Corrugated Metal Structural Plate for Pipe, Pipe-Arches,

and Arches e. M274 ONT- ME - Steel Sheet, Aluminum-Coated (Type 2), for Corrugated Steel Pipe f. M289 LA-PA - Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Coated Sheet Steel for Corrugated Steel Pipe g. R063 LA-TN - Solid Wall High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Conduit for Non-Pressure Applications

Used for the Protection of Power and Telecommunications Cables h. R082 VA-AL - Pipe Joint Selection for Highway Culvert and Storm Drains

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i. T241 MO-LA - Helical Continuously Welded Seam Corrugated Steel Pipe Notes : states need to review the reconfirmation for next summers meting

2. New Ballots J. Open Discussion

K. NTPEP Items: Recycled materials is able to be used only in blow-molded fittings. Concur: M 294 -11.2 should be updated. Proposed Language - Fittings shall be marked with the designation number of this specification, M 294, and with the manufacturer’s identification symbol. Blow molded fittings must indicate V or R depending on recycle content. Change 11.1.5 to - If the extruded pipe was manufactured with only virgin materials, it shall be marked with the code “V”; if the pipe was manufactured with recycled PE materials (PCR or PIR, or both), it shall be marked with the code “R” and the phrase “Contains Recycled Resins”; NTPEP Corrugated steel pipe: sheet manufacturer markings, but nothing is included about fabricator markings. Suggest this TS take a look at this. Verified M036 does not include marking requirements. Concrete Pipe (M 170-16 requires it. What is the pleasure of the TS? Do we need it? Do we need a TF to look at this requirement for all pipe. L. FL is a big proponent of recycling. They want to make a data driven decision. Where is this data going

to come from? For those states specifying virgin only, what would you need to see in the future to make an informed decision to use recycling? Requirement the manufacturers certain things, do a research project which includes sampling and documenting the recycling percentage and the results of the performance test. GA would like to compare it to the virgin resin. Can NTPEP provide this data? Every manufacturer documents the % of recycling. ME believes we should start by comparing the virgin pipe vs. the recycled pipe. Action Item #2: FL and GA will work with NTPEP to see what data is available and if this satisfies the questions or concerns these states may have. FL will report back on this at the mid-year webinar. Update: NTPEP has supplied data to the Chair (thank you Ryan). Currently seeking FDOT approval to

access Drobox. Notes: Item K Section 11 covers fittings, there are multiple types of fittings and they to be called out how to label them Industry will need to review the minutes and provide comments. Ian and Tim will put together a TS ballot Item K sheet metal M036 Set up task force to lead marking steel pipe with R or V Task force will include Washington and Michigan Item L Labels are on the outside of the pipe so they are not useful after they are installed

VII. Adjourn

TS Meeting Summary

Meeting Summary Items Approved by the TS for Ballot (Include reconfirmations.)

Standard Designation Summary of Changes Proposed Ballot Type

☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT ☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT ☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT

☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT

☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT

☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT

☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT

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Meeting Summary ☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT

☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT

☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT

☐TS ☐COMP ☐CONCURRENT New Task Forces Formed Task Force Name Summary of Task TF Member Names and (States)

01-19 Propose revisions to M294 to allow the option of the V-holder.

Dan Currence (PPI), Doug Baker (Springfield Plastics), John Kurtzel (ADS)< Greg Baryluk (ADS), and Michael Pluimer (Crossroads Engineering), and Temple Short (South Carolina), Paul Leukerela (California). Temple will be the lead.

02-19 / M197 Work on metric equivalency Florida & Tennessee

03-19 / M245 Resolve multiple errors in M245 Florida, Illinois ASTM and, Mike Mcgough

04-19 / M36 Discuss if it is necessary to label steel pipe consistent with plastic and concrete

Washington, Michigan and Mike Mcgough

05-19/M 294

Discuss if it is necessary to mark blow molded fittings with R or V to indicate if it is recycled material was used in production Virginia and North Carolina

Research Proposals (Include number/title/states interested.)

Other Action Items Action Item #1: Katheryn Malusky will provide an update on this at the next mid-year webinar on how AASHTO is going to provide plastic pipe audits to state DOTs being in 2020. Action Item #2: FL and GA will work with NTPEP to see what data is available and if this satisfies the questions or concerns these states may have. FL will report back on this at the mid-year webinar.

Notes: Peter Kemp had some possible revisions to M 36 that changed the testing frequency on multiple things. He will send a redline copy to Tim to review and forward to the TS. If there is e-mail concurrence that most people like the changes then Tim will set up a TS ballot for the changes.

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Attachment A – 2019 Mid-Year minutes

COMMITTEE ON MATERIALS and Pavements 2019 Mid-Year Webinar Tuesday January 22nd, 2019 1:30 to 3:30 PM EDT TECHNICAL SUBCOMMITTEE 4b Flexible and Metallic Pipe Agenda I. Call to Order and Opening Remarks II. Roll Call Voting Members Name State Present Virginia Peoples, Christopher A. North Carolina X Ingram, Steven Alabama San Angelo, Michael Alaska X Pinkerton, Jennifer M. Delaware Tim Ruelke Florida X Douds, Richard Georgia Trepanier, Jim (Dan Tobias) Illinois X Niehaus, Curt (Rick Barezinsky) Kansas X Davis, Jason Louisiana Bradbury, Richard L Maine Fung, Clement Massachusetts Kline, Therese R. Michigan X Trautman, Brett Missouri X Streeter, Donald A. New York X Horner, Ron North Dakota Lane, Becca Ontario Ramirez, Timothy Pennsylvania Short, Temple and Merrill Zwanka South Carolina X Egan, Brian (Mike Doran, Danny Lane) Tennessee X Williams, Kurt Washington West Virginia requested to become a member of Technical Subcommittee 4B Friends and Non-Voting Members Technical Subcommittee 4b Page 2 of 10 Name Affiliation Present Malusky, Katheryn AASHTO - Liaison X Fragapane, Ryan AASHTO - Liaison X Clawson, Chad AASHTO Lenker, Steven E. AMRL Uherek, Greg AMRL

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Knake, Maria AMRL McGough, Michael NCSPA X Chestnut, Brian W BTB Consulting Currence, Daniel PPI X Christensen, Heather Prinsco, Inc. Beakley, Josiah W ACPA X Pluimer, Michael Crossroads Eng. Delery, Oliver Forterra X Paredes, Mario TRI/ENV X Baryluk, Greg ADS X Sarcinella, Robert AASHTO X California Kemp, Peter Wisconsin X Henry Lacinak AASHTO X III. Approval of Technical Subcommittee Minutes Approval of Minutes from the 2018 Cincinnati Ohio SOM Meeting – Minutes sent by e-mail -Motion made by NC, seconded by NY. All were in favor of approving the minutes. IV. Old Business A. SOM Ballot Items – Rolling Ballot Group 2 Item 1: Propose a new Standard Practice for Service Life Determination of Corrugated HDPE Pipes Manufactured with Recycled Materials R XX. This standard practice details the procedure for determining the service life of corrugated high density polyethylene (HDPE) pipes manufactured with recycled materials relative to brittle failures via the slow crack growth mechanism. This standard practice is applicable for pipes containing recycled materials and manufactured in accordance to M 294. It is applicable both for pipes manufactured with post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials and post-industrial recycled (PIR) materials. It is not intended for pipes manufactured with virgin materials. Ballot Results: Affirmative =44 Negative=0 No Vote=8 Comments from PA PA comments sent to Michael Pluimer and Chase Knight (FL) for review. PA Comments: 1) In Section 5.1, 1st line, suggest revising from "sticks of pipes" to "sticks of pipe". Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor. 2) In Section 5.3, 4th line, revise from "(176ºF)and" to "(176ºF) and" [i.e., add space between "(176ºF)" and "and"]. Technical Subcommittee 4b Page 3 of 10 Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor. 3) In Section X1.6, 2nd line, suggest revising from "temperature of 23ºC, the" to "temperature of 23ºC (73.4ºF), the" for consistency with Section X1.6, 4th line. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor. 4) In Section X1.7, 4th line, suggest revising from "to a service condition of (93.0)(499.2)" to "to a service condition of 23ºC (73.4ºF) calculated as (93.0)(499.2)" as something seems to be missing here. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive. Seems to be editorial. Need input from Michael Pluimer. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 5) In Table X1.1, footnotes a, c, d, f, g and i, are the correct Equations referenced in each of these footnotes? They don't seem to match up. For example, in footnote a, it references "Average of the 5 log failure times" and "Equation X1.4", but Equation X1.4 is for the Stress Shift Factor. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive. Need input from Michael Pluimer. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 6) In Section X2.8, I was not familiar with the term "ceiling". I read the minutes and the discussion on this term. I also found it is a function in Microsoft Excel. In Section X2.8, 1st line, suggest revising from "Using the rounding procedure specified" to

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"Using ceiling rounding to a 1 h significance" as the required significance is not clear and is important especially since the examples show values with different decimal places (33.1 and 17.33). Suggested Outcome – Persuasive. Need input from Michael Pluimer. Chase Knight agrees a definition can be used here. The Chair proposes to clarify what this is, add a sentence to specify what “ceiling” means. Vice-Chair recommended “Use the ceiling rounding method to a 1 h significance…..” All were in favor of making this editorial change. The Chair will make the editorial changes once he makes follows up with Mike on any clarifications. Item 2: Propose a new Provisional Standard Specification for Steel-Reinforced Polyethylene (SRPE) Corrugated Pipe MP ZZZ. This proposed new specification covers the requirements and methods of tests for steel-reinforced polyethylene (SRPE) corrugated pipe, couplings, and fittings for use in surface and subsurface drainage applications. This new proposed Polyethylene pipe with a corrugated structure contains two reinforcing steel profiles. One steel profile for SRPE pipe is proposed for diameters 300 to 1050 mm (12 to 42 inches) and a separate steel profile is proposed for pipes 1200 to 1800 mm (48 to 72 inches). Ballot Results: Affirmative =43 Negative=1 No Vote=8 Comments from PA and FL As discussed at the SOM meeting and reflected in the minutes, the Negative is administrative from Virginia (See specifics below) Technical Subcommittee 4b Page 4 of 10 PA and FL comments sent to Michael Pluimer. Chase Knight (FL) reviewed PA’s comments. Sent FL’s comments to Chris Peoples (NC) for a staff review. PA Comments: 1) In Section 6.1.3, 1st line, revise from "Injection Molding Fittings and Couplings" to "Injection Molded Fittings and Couplings" for consistency with subsection title in Section 6.1.2. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 2) In Section 6.4, 2nd line, revise from "cut pipe end" to "cut pipe ends" to match plural tense of "repairs" and "joints". Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 3) In Figure 2 Caption, the term "Wall Thickness" is used, but in Figure 1, the "Valley" seems to be a combination of the "Outer Wall" and "Liner". In the Figure 2 Caption, it is suggested to revise from "Wall Thickness" to "Valley Wall Thickness" for clarification. Also, it is suggested to revise Figure 1 by adding a label and arrow for "Valley Wall" since this is not exactly the same as the "Outer Wall", "Inner Wall", or "Liner". The term "Valley Wall" is used in Section 9.8.2. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. In addition, since Figure 2 also indicates steel thickness, the title should be revised to “Steel, Encapsulation, and Valley Wall Thicknesses”. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 4) In Table 2 and the column 2 header, a footnote, "a", is included in the column 2 header, but there is not a footnote a at bottom of table. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. Michael Pluimer needs to confirm no footnote is needed. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 5) In Section 7.8, 5th line, the term "steel plate" is used, but in Section 6.2.1, the term "steel sheet" is used. These terms should be consistent and the same for clarity. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. Let’s use “steel sheet”. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 6) In Section 7.11.2.2.1, 1st line, at beginning of line, delete space before the word "Geotextile". Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial

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change. 7) In Section 7.11.2.2.1, "M 288" is referenced for geotextile, but M 288 does not specifically address an application and requirements for "geotextile wraps" for pipes. The closest Technical Subcommittee 4b Page 5 of 10 application in M 288 is for Subsurface Drainage Requirements (M 288, Table 2); however, none of the M 288, Table 2 requirements specify AOS &gt; 70. Suggest either providing specific geotextile requirements within Section 7.11.2.2.1 or reference a specific M 288 geotextile class (from M 288, Table 1) with specific requirements for each parameter in M 288 Table 2 if they will be different for the "geotextile wrap" application. Agreed, specifying minimum AOS would be consistent with M 335 Section 7.12.2.2. Revise to “no greater than 70” and it is a subsurface drainage utilization. Josh Beakley (ACPA) mentioned this language is in R82. NC will take a look at this and resolve this. 8) In Section 9.1.3, 2nd line and at end of 2nd sentence, delete the space between the text "(1/8 in.)" and the period ("."). Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 9) In Section 9.1.5 at end, delete the space between the text "(+0.001 in.)" and the period ("."). Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 10) In Section 9.3, last line, revise from "atmosphere" to "conditioning temperature". Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 11) For Sections 9.5 and 9.6, revise Section numbers from "9.5" to "9.4.1" and from "9.6" to "9.4.2". Revise remaining Section 9 numbers for proper sequencing. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial change. FL Comments reviewed by NC: 1) Table 1 (7.4) includes requirements for "Minimum Inner Wall Thickness" Looking at Figure 1, the thickness of the "inner wall" could correspond to "encapsulation thickness" identified in Figure 2. Was the intent to specify "Minimum Liner Wall Thickness"? This needs clarification. As we reviewed it, we thought we understand it to say that encapsulation thickness can be measured at any point in which the steel reinforcement is encapsulated by PE. Figure 2 just happens to show that dimension on the inner wall so it is not saying that encapsulation thickness is the same as inner wall thickness in our opinion. While reviewing this we noticed that 7.4.4. references 9.6.4. which does not exist. We believe this should have been 9.8.4.. Note 4 in 9.8.4. goes on to further explain how to measure both inner wall and outer wall encapsulation thickness. As with any other AASHTO standard there is a lot of jumping back and forth but I think overall the intent is that encapsulation thickness is the same whether measured on the inner or outer wall. The one thing we can’t reconcile is why wouldn’t encapsulation thickness and inner wall thickness be the same in the table? As we looked through this we noticed that there is no definition for inner wall thickness. Maybe Technical Subcommittee 4b Page 6 of 10 defining the inner wall thickness measurement and how to do it and explaining how that is not the same as encapsulation thickness would clarify it. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 2) The pipe joint specification (7.11) has been modified to preclude the polyurethane bell/spigot. In response to previous comments, additional details have been included on the replacement joint system(s). The screw-on collar will be a single piece of molded HDPE.

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However, I would request more details be specified on the fastening method for the splitcollar bands. i.e. what type of hardware will be used to lock/fasten? We agree with this. We understand they use zip ties but it would be nice to have that explained or maybe even specified in the standard. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive. TS proposed language? Additional technical language needs to be added. FL will work with Tim to get this improved in more detail. 3) Recommend adding the pipe diameters to the Title, to be consistent with the other corrugated/ribbed plastic pipe standards. 100% agree. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. All were in favor of making this editorial change. VA comments Virginia places an administrative negative on this item for TS 4b Chair such that the standard will not be published unless the pipe design for this standard is covered by the LRFD Bridge Design Guide requirements and passes AASHTO Bridge Committee ballot. In addition, testing on a 72” diameter pipe will have to be completed and submitted to the Bridge Committee for review. If these requirements are met then the negative will be withdrawn. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive. Status report - Tim Toliver indicated testing for the Bridge Committee is ongoing on 24 and 48 inch pipe diameters and profiles. This test data will be sent to the bridge committee once complete. Testing must be complete by January 2019 for the Bridge Committee to consider. The AASHTO bridge specification is expected to be voted on and approved by May 2019. Concerns were expressed that the largest diameter pipe (72”) was not being tested; 48” is the largest diameter being tested. This is a departure from the way this has been handled in the past, where the technical subcommittee has required that the largest diameter pipe be tested. Item No. 3 - Concurrent Ballot Revise Standard Specification for Steel-Reinforced Polyethylene (PE) Ribbed Pipe, 300- to 1500- mm (12- to 60-in.) Diameter M335 -18 to increase the wall thicknesses in Table 1. This standard M 335 will first published in June 2018 after several years as provisional standard MP 20. Based on Tennessee’s observation that the thicknesses in the standard are not consistent with the product currently being manufactured in the United States the standard is being revised to specify thicker walls in Table 1. A couple of other changes to Figures 1 and 2 were made to correspond with common terminology used in other AASHTO HDPE pipe standards. See page 15 and 19 of TS 4b minutes for the comments and discussion on this Standard. Ballot Results: Affirmative =44 Negative=0 No Vote=8 Comments from PA and FL PA and FL comments sent to Tim Toliver. Chase Knight (FL) reviewed PA’s comments. Sent FL’s comments to Chris Peoples (NC) for a staff review. Technical Subcommittee 4b Page 7 of 10 PA Comments: 1) In Section 7.6, Table 2, 2nd column heading, there is a footnote, "a", included as part of the 2nd column heading. The footnote a at bottom of Table 2 is in regard to the conversion of SI units to U.S. Customary units. It is suggested to move the footnote, "a", from the 2nd column heading to the end of the Table 2 Caption as it appears the footnote a applies to the entire table. Or, as alternative, add a footnote, "a", to the 1st column heading and the last column heading. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial 2) In Section 7.10, 2nd line, the term "lap seam" is used, but in Figure 1, there are two labels for "weld seam", but none for "lap seam". In Section 7.10, suggest revising from "lap seam" to "weld seam" for consistency with labeling in Figure 1. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial 3) In Section 7.10, last line, suggest revising from "lapped seam" to "weld seam" for consistency with labeling in Figure 1. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial

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FL Comments Under 1.2, Note 1 should be changed to match the wording in the proposed Standard from ballot item 2. NC review of FL comment: It looks like Bill put this wording in Note 2 for this standard. I think Note 1 here can go away if the title contains the pipe diameters covered and then Note 2 could replace Note 1. I think this might have been due to Darrell’s original intent was to add these sizes to the original standard and not have two standards. That was not the direction the TS wanted to take if I recall correctly and it was decided we needed a second standard. Item No. 4 - COMP Ballot Propose a New Provisional Standard Specification MP XXX for Steel-Reinforced Polyethylene (PE) Ribbed Pipe, 1650- to 3000-mm (66- to 120-in.) Diameter - COMP ballot This Provisional Standard Specification MP XXX is Steel Reinforced PE Ribbed pipe (M 335) with increased diameters 66 to 120 inches. The deep burial research report by Ian Moore Ph.D. P.E. at Queens University in Ontario Canada is contained in the TS 4b Annual meeting minutes as Attachment #4. This provisional standard is the same as M 335 with increased diameters. The TS is in favor of advancing this standard with increased diameters as a provisional standard. See pages 14 through 19 of TS 4b minutes for the comments and discussion on this standard. Ballot Results: Affirmative =44 Negative=0 No Vote=8 Comments from PA Chase Knight (FL) reviewed PA’s comments. PA’s Comments: Technical Subcommittee 4b Page 8 of 10 1) In Section 1.1, Note 1, 1st line, revise from "AASHTO M335" to "M 335". Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. (Check if this is AASHTO publication format). In Section 2.1, a space is also missing in “M335.” Ryan will check with publications to see what the standard format is. 2) In Section 1.1, Note 1, second line, revise from "diameters 12" - 60"." to "diameters 300 to 1500 mm (12 to 60 in.).". Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial, This would match the title of M 335. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 3) In Section 7.6, 5th line, revise from "per AASHTO M145" to "in accordance with M 145". Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial (Check if this is AASHTO publication format). Ryan will check with publications to see what the standard format is. 4) In Section 7.6, Table 2, 2nd column heading, there is a footnote, "a", included as part of the 2nd column heading. The footnote a at bottom of Table 2 is in regard to the conversion of SI units to U.S. Customary units. It is suggested to move the footnote, "a", from the 2nd column heading to the end of the Table 2 Caption as it appears the footnote a applies to the entire table. Or, as alternative, add a footnote, "a", to the 1st column heading also. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial. Add footnote reference “a” to 1st column heading and remove “in inch-pound measurement” from the end of the footnote. All were in favor of making this editorial change. 5) In Section 7.10, 2nd line, the term "lap seam" is used, but in Figure 1, there is a label for "weld seam", but none for "lap seam". In Section 7.10, 2nd line, suggest revising from "lap seam" to "weld seam" for consistency with labeling in Figure 1. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial All were in favor of making this editorial change. 6) In Section 7.10, 3rd line, the term "lap area" is used, but in Figure 1, there is a label for "weld seam", but not a label for "lap area". In Section 7.10, 3rd line, suggest revising from "lap area" to "weld seam" for consistency with labeling in Figure 1. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial All were in favor of making this editorial change. 7) In Section 7.10, 4th line, suggest revising from "lapped seam" to "weld seam" for

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consistency with labeling in Figure 1. Suggested Outcome – Persuasive and editorial All were in favor of making this editorial change. Item No. 5 - Concurrent Ballot Revise Standard Specification for Polypropylene Pipe, 300- to 1500-mm (12- to 60-in.) Diameter M 330-18 to match the inside diameter tolerances for HDPE inside diameter tolerances. M 330 Technical Subcommittee 4b Page 9 of 10 Section 7.2.3. Inside Diameter Tolerances will be revised to read: Inside Diameter Tolerances— The tolerance on the specified inside diameter shall be 4.5 percent oversize and 1.5 percent undersize, but not more than 37 mm (1.5 in.) oversize when measured in accordance with Section 9.6.1. See Proposed New Task Forces pages 20 and 21 of TS 4b minutes for the comments and discussion on this standard. Ballot Results: Affirmative =44 Negative=0 No Vote=8 NO COMMENTS B. TS Ballots Reconfirmation Ballots: M 246, M 278, M 304 and T 341 were balloted to the TS for reconfirmation. Results for all: Affirmative =20 Negative=0 No Vote=2 NO COMMENTS C. Task Force Reports Task Force 2017-01 - Assignment was to review the corrugated metal pipe specification for M190 and consider adding a subsection for determining the coating thickness to Section 7. The task force was also asked to review M243 and to determine if a method should be specified to measure the coating thickness of 1.27 mm. Should the specified measurement be modified to “minimum of 1.3 mm” given this is a field applied asphalt mastic coating? Task Force Members are Mike McGough (NCSPA), Tim Ramirez (PA) and VA. Progress report – The task force has not yet met. Tim Ramirez will take the lead on this task force and will coordinate how to move forward. Pete Kemp (WIDOT) will also join the task force as well. Task Force to reconcile the ID tolerances in M 294 and M 330. John Kurdziel briefly discussed the issue: It was proposed that the tolerances in M 294 and M 330 be the same. John will send a recommendation to Chair and stewards of M 330 and M 294. The group will review and agree on the recommendation. A motion was made by North Carolina and a Second by Maine to ballot the recommended change concurrently to both standards. The motion passed unopposed. Note: On August 17, 2018, John recommended that the inside diameter tolerances for M 330 be changed to match the M 294 inside diameter tolerances. This change will be sent to Missouri and Florida the stewards for M 330 for concurrence with John’s recommendation. Once concurrence is obtained, then M 330 will be placed on COMP ballot. Progress report – Change was balloted and passed without a negative or comment. Task Force Complete – This task force’s work is complete and the will now be sunset. V. New Business A. Research Proposals 1. 20-7 RPS 2. Full NCHRP RPS New proposals – None AASHTO Re:Source/CCRL - Observations from Assessments – None C. NCHRP Issues - None D. Correspondence, calls, meetings, webinar, - None E. Presentation by Industry/Academia - Any presentations? –None F. Proposed New Standards – None G. Proposed New Task Forces – None H. Standards Requiring Reconfirmation M 036, M 167, M 190, M 196, M 197, M 218, M219, M 243, M245, M 274, M 289, R 063, R

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082, T 241 and T 249 are required to be revised or reconfirmed this year. The stewards will review the standards and bring any changes to the in person meeting in August. The list of the stewards was attached the calendar invite. If you need the list please contact Casey. I. COMP Ballot Items (including any ASTM changes/equivalencies) NTPEP has a few suggested changes. They will get these suggestions over to Tim within the next week. VI. Open Discussion – None VII. Comment – None VIII. Adjourn

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Attachment B - Proposed changes to M 196 by Rick Barenzinsky (KS)

AASHTO M196 Corrugated Aluminum Pipe for Sewers and Drains

Review

Note that comments concerning values in the Tables are primarily compared with ASTM B745/B745M table values

Cover Sheet Change ASTM Designation Year to 15 M 196-1 Change ASTM Designation Year to 15 M 196-1 2.2 Add Reference ASTM A796/A796M REV A It’s referenced in Note 1. M 196-1 2.2 Change ASTM C990 to ASTM C443. Section 9.3 refers to Rubber Gaskets and not Preformed Flexible Joint Sealants M 196-2 2.2 To F738M add (withdrawn 2014) M 196-3 6.3 Alloy 6053-T4 is not in ASTM B316M. Suggest using verbiage in ASTM B745/B745M as follows: alloy 6053-T61 and alloy 5056 H32, to meet or exceed the following mechanical properties: M 196-4 6.3 The Elongation in ASTM B316/B316M uses Table 5 for SI units. M 196 is using the Elongation for inch-pound units with the incorrect value. It should be Elongation in 5 x Diameter 5.65√A with a min % of 12 for 6053-T61. M 196-4 6.3 Bolts and Nuts Table: Capitalize Steel and Alloy. Add the Letter M behind F568, F738, and F836 M 196-4 6.5 Suggest using ASTM C443 in lieu of ASTM C990 M-196-4 7.1.2 Places where a ‘-‘ is placed between the number and “mm” 7.2.2 It is not consistent through the spec and should be removed Table 1, footnote e 7.3.1 8.3.2.2 Note 9 9.1.7 9.3 Tables 6, 7 & 8 M 196-5 Table 1 Change first word in title to “Corrugation” M 196-5 Note 1 ASTM A796/A796M is not referenced M 196-5 Table 2 remove the 0.1875 in and the parenthesis around 4.8 mm Footnote a M 196-8 Table 5 Several values for the min Outside Circumference seem to be off. I Don’t have the equation used, but these should be checked. 375 mm should be 1148 mm and not 1226 mm 525 mm should be 1620 mm and not 1540 mm 675 mm should be 2091 mm and not 2169 mm 750 mm should be 2325 mm and not 2483 mm 1500 mm should be 4675 mm and not 4875 mm

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M 196-8 Table 5 change Rib size to Rib sizes Footnote b M 196-9 Table 6 Not sure why the span for 885 by 610 is 870 and not 885 M 196-9 Table 7 Span for 1850 by 1400 should be 1850-85 and not 1150-85 Span for 2050 by 1500 should be 2050-95 and not 2050-90? M 196-11 Table 9 Using the equation in footnote c, the L for the 525 mm dia pipe should be 336 and not 338. M 196-11 Note 8 Seems inconsistent to use 500 mm pipe when the spec has been using 525 mm pipe throughout. M 196-11 8.3.2.3 Inconsistent use of 12.7 mm when 13 mm is used in 7.5 & 8.3.2.2 M 196-13 Table 11 Several differences in the Nominal Pipe Inside Dia range as compared to ASTM M 196-15 15 Suggest adding Sections 15 and 15.1 for Keywords similar to the ASTM

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Attachment C – Stewards

Std Sort Designati

on No Title ASTM

Eq Immediate Action Needed?

Stewards

M 036-16

M 36-16 Corrugated Steel Pipe, Metallic-Coated, for Sewers and Drains

A760/A760M-01a

Revise or Reconfirm

Washington, Michigan

M 167M/M 167-17

M 167M/M 167-17

Corrugated Steel Structural Plate, Zinc-Coated, for Field-Bolted Pipe, Pipe-Arches, and Arches

A761/A761M-04

No Georgia, Alabama

M 190-04 (2017)

M 190-04 (2017)

Asphalt-Coated Corrugated Metal Culvert Pipe and Pipe-Arches

No Michigan,

Pennsylvania

M 196-16

M 196-16

Corrugated Aluminum Pipe for Sewers and Drains

B745/B745M-95

Revise or Reconfirm

Kansas, AASHTO

M 197-06 (2016)

M 197-06 (2016)

Aluminum Alloy Sheet for Corrugated Aluminum Pipe

B744/B744M-05

Revise or Reconfirm

Florida, Tennessee

M 218-03 (2016)

M 218-03 (2016)

Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized), for Corrugated Steel Pipe

Revise or Reconfirm

New York, Pennsylvania

M 219-92 (2017)

M 219-92 (2017)

Corrugated Aluminum Alloy Structural Plate for Field-Bolted Pipe, Pipe-Arches, and Arches

B746/B746M-92

No Washington, Tennessee

M 243-96 (2017)

M 243-96 (2017)

Field-Applied Coating of Corrugated Metal Structural Plate for Pipe, Pipe-Arches, and Arches

No New York, Maine

M 245-16

M 245-16

Corrugated Steel Pipe, Polymer-Precoated, for Sewers and Drains

A762/A762M-98

Revise or Reconfirm

Florida, Illinois

M 246-15 (2019)

M 246-15 (2019)

Steel Sheet, Metallic-Coated and Polymer-Precoated, for Corrugated Steel Pipe

A742/A742M-13

No Connecticut, Louisiana

M 252-18

M 252-18

Corrugated Polyethylene Drainage Pipe

No Alabama,

Delaware M 274-87 (2017)

M 274-87 (2017)

Steel Sheet, Aluminum-Coated (Type 2), for Corrugated Steel Pipe

No Ontario, Maine

M 278-15 (2019)

M 278-15 (2019)

Class PS46 Poly(Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) Pipe

No Connecticut,

Washington

M 289-91 (2017)

M 289-91 (2017)

Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Coated Sheet Steel for Corrugated Steel Pipe

No Louisiana,

Pennsylvania

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M 294-18

M 294-18

Corrugated Polyethylene Pipe, 300- to 1500-mm (12- to 60-in.) Diameter

No Virginia, North

Carolina

M 304-11 (2019)

M 304-11 (2019)

Poly(Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) Profile Wall Drain Pipe and Fittings Based on Controlled Inside Diameter

No Maine, Tennessee

M 326-18

M 326-18

Polyethylene (PE) Liner Pipe, 300- to 1600-mm Diameter, Based on Controlled Outside Diameter

No Delaware, Virginia

M 330-19

M 330-19

Polypropylene Pipe, 300- to 1500-mm (12- to 60-in.) Diameter

No Florida, Missouri

M 335-19

M 335-19

Steel-Reinforced Polyethylene (PE) Ribbed Pipe, 300- to 1500-mm (12- to 60-in.) Diameter

No Michigan, North

Carolina

R 063-13 (2017)

R 63-13 (2017)

Solid Wall High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Conduit for Non-Pressure Applications Used for the Protection of Power and Telecommunications Cables

No Louisiana,

Tennessee

R 082-17 R 82-17 Pipe Joint Selection for Highway Culvert and Storm Drains

No Virginia, Alabama

R 093-19 R 93-19 Service Life Determination of Corrugated HDPE Pipes Manufactured with Recycled Content

No

T 241-95 (2017)

T 241-95 (2017)

Helical Continuously Welded Seam Corrugated Steel Pipe

No Missouri,

Louisiana T 249-03 (2016)

T 249-03 (2016)

Helical Lock Seam Corrugated Pipe

Revise or Reconfirm

Missouri, Georgia

T 341-10 (2019)

T 341-10 (2019)

Determination of Compression Capacity for Profile Wall Plastic Pipe by Stub Compression Loading

No South Carolina,

Kansas

Std Sort Designation No

Title Prov Yr 1

Immediate Action Needed?

MP 040-19

MP 40-19

Steel-Reinforced Polyethylene (SRPE) Corrugated Pipe 300- to 1800-mm (12- to 72-in.) Diameter

2019 No

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Attachment D - Proposed changes to M 197 by Eagan (TN) and Knight (FL)

- suggest adding the US Standard/English units to the tables and throughout the standard - suggest revising section 5 to be the same as section 7 in ASTM B 744/B 744M - suggest adding Alclad Alloy 3004-H32 into the title for Table 3 - suggest updating Table 3 to be consistent with ASTM B209/B209M. (B744 references B209)

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Attachment E - Proposed changes to M 245 by Tobias (IL) Cursory Review of M245-16 (July 2019) The ASTM designation for this standard is A762/A762M-98, but the last update to this ASTM standard is 2015. As such, harmonization issues with M245-16 and A762 were investigated in a cursory fashion. If it is decided by TS 4b that the two standards should be “re-harmonized”, then a more rigorous comparison of the two standards should be conducted. The following were the issues identified:

1. Section 2.2: Cited ASTM Standards in M245 do not all match up with A762. 2. Section 6.5: M245 cites ASTM C990, but A762 cites ASTM C443. 3. Section 7.1.2: M245 lists corrugations with pitches of 68 and 75 mm wile A762 lists

corrugations of 68, 75 and 125 mm. 4. Section 7.2: M245 lists pipe diameters smaller than 500 mm but A762 lists pipe diameters

less than 525 mm. 5. Table 4, M245: Last entry looks like there is a typo. “25 by 25” should probably be “125 by

25”. 6. Table 5, M245: First entry in M245 is “19 by 19 by 190”, but in A762 it is “19 by 19 by 180”. 7. Table 8, M245: Nominal inside diameter in M245 is 525 and is 500 in A762. In addition,

M245 does not have columns for “19 by 19 by 190” and “19 by 25 by 216”. Also, Min. Outside Circumference is 284 in M245 and is 264 in A762. Looks like there are 1 to 2 more discrepancies as well.

8. Section 8.1.2: AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specs are referenced in M245 and the old AASHTO Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges are indirectly referenced in A762.

9. Note 9: Similar to list item 8 above. 10. Table 11, M245: This table is good for 75 by 25 mm corrugations in M245, but not 125 x 25

also like A762?? 11. Table 12, M245: There are a number of discrepancies between this table and the corresponding

table in A762. 12. Table 13, M245: The last entry for “L” is 338 in M245 and is 336 in A762.

Table 15, M245: There are a number of 285 entries in M245 that are 265 in A762.