steel arch bridge

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Noun1.steel arch bridge - a steel bridge constructed in the form of an archsteel arch bridge - a steel bridge constructed in the form of an arch
bridge, span - a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.
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Tenders are invited for Construction Of Steel Arch Bridge On Lower Lake Connecting Ginnori Road To Kamlapati Visarjan Ghat And Its Approach Up To Brts On Design And Build BasisEstimated cost: Rs.
IN recent years a new, blue painted steel arch bridge was installed at the top of Hill Street.
It's the fourth longest single-span steel arch bridge in the world.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge was officially opened on 19 March 1932 and is the world's largest but not longest steel arch bridge.
Sydney Harbour Bridge - which has the same design as the Tyne Bridge but is more than three times the size - is, at 134 metres, the tallest steel arch bridge in the world.
Combining some knowledge of FRP composites with my experience on a steel arch bridge and numerous posttensioned concrete bridges, I was intrigued with the idea of combining several different materials to create an optimized composite beam.
4) Conwy's bridges: Three historic bridges over the estuary to Conwy: the modern steel arch bridge, Thomas Telford's suspension bridge and Robert Stephenson's tubular bridge.
More than two million people have walked this way since BridgeClimb's founder Paul Cave thought of the idea 20 years ago, clambering to the peak of the arch of what is the largest single span steel arch bridge in the world, 134 metres above the harbour.
We tend to pay the most attention to our infrastructure when it fails, as happened Wednesday when the 40-year-old steel arch bridge that carries I-35W across the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minn.
In this monograph, urban planner and historian Jackson tells the story of this monumental engineering project, which resulted in the longest steel arch bridge in the world at that time.
NIt was the biggest steel arch bridge built in Europe - three times smaller than its replica, Sydney Harbour Bridge.