Girder bridge

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a bridge formed by girders, or by trusses resting upon abutments or piers.
See under Bridge.

See also: Bridge, Girder

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The reinforced concrete girder bridge carried the highway over Nine Mile Creek in a location where Hopkins, Minnetonka and Edina intersect.
The projects involves the construction of the two-lane, six-span prestressed concrete girder bridge on bored pile foundation with a length of 180.80 linear meters, including provision of sidewalks and railings, and construction of slope protection and approaches, which are still underway.
He, "Numerical simulation on continuous collapse of reinforced concrete girder bridge subjected to vessel collision," Zhendongyu Chongji, vol.
Hoa-Xuan bridge is a continuous concrete girder bridge with spans of 7 x 42 m, shown in Figure 1.
While single-span, integral abutment bridges are more commonly constructed, few studies have been performed using finite-element models validated from live-load test data on a single-span, prestressed, integral abutment, and concrete girder bridge to determine LLDFs.
wide pre-stressed concrete girder bridge, opening up the entire Five Mile Creek watershed to a healthier, more balanced ecosystem.
The existing bridge, built in 1955 is a nine-span reinforced concrete girder bridge. Similar bridges have proven susceptible to cracking as they age, forcing the Oregon Department of Transportation to impose load limits.
The P100-million project involves the completion of the two-lane, six-span prestressed concrete girder bridge on bored pile foundation with a length of 180.80 lineal meters, including provision of sidewalk and railings, and construction of slope protection and bridge approaches, Fruto said.