bridge deck

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Noun1.bridge deck - an upper deck where a ship is steered and the captain standsbridge deck - an upper deck where a ship is steered and the captain stands
conning tower - a raised bridge on a submarine; often used for entering and exiting
fly bridge, flybridge, flying bridge, monkey bridge - the highest navigational bridge on a ship; a small (often open) deck above the pilot house
pilothouse, wheelhouse - an enclosed compartment from which a vessel can be navigated
upper deck - a higher deck
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Below, to star-board, on the bridge deck, the pilot saw the crushed mess-room door, roughly bulkheaded against the pounding seas.
Its cabins occupied its axis,, with a sort of bridge deck above, and the gas-chambers gave the whole affair the shape of a gipsy's hooped tent, except that it was much flatter.
17,900 total sf of existing epoxy aggregate overlay off the existing bridge deck and applying a new protective bridge deck overlay.
Contractors manually hand-pouring flatwork and bridge deck projects can substantially improve ride smoothness while significantly reducing labour costs and time requirements by using Terex Bid-Well pavers," says Simon Croker, global product line director, Terex MPS.
Moreover, it was confirmed that the degree of abnormality and the degree of change that can be calculated by converting the geometric characteristics to numerical values correspond with the results measured by strain sensors embedded within the bridge deck, validating the effectiveness of the technology.
approval of such specification allowed construction crews to remove and replace the entire 1,000 feet of the Franklin Avenue Bridge deck in 17 weeks.
He said: "We are moving into a really exciting phase of the bridgebuilding programme now as work is progressing in the river on the main pylon foundations, and the panels for the bridge deck are being delivered every day.
The commonly used structural measure to reduce the temperature effects is the application of partially longitudinal constraints between the bridge deck and part of bridge towers such as the Millau Viaduct Bridge in France and the Jiashao Bridge in China.
The cable-stayed bridge--the first such bridge in Ontario--uses towers to hold up the bridge deck with a series of cables, similar to a suspension bridge.
GPR can be used for the detection of reinforcement depth, its level of corrosion and the deterioration of concrete; IR thermography is used to map delamination within the bridge deck.
9m bridge deck at junction six of the city's ring-road, outside the train station.