deck bridge


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deck bridge

n
(Civil Engineering) civil engineering a bridge with an upper horizontal beam that carries the roadway. Compare through bridge
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The old structure was demolished to make way for a 213 metre-long orthotropic deck bridge with four spans.
The subsequent load testing confirmed the desirable performance of the UHPC waffle deck bridge.
The defining characteristic of the orthotropic steel deck bridge is that its nearly all-steel superstructure has the potential to provide extended service life, standardized modular design, and rapid assembly compared to more conventional bridge construction.
2007) reported a study on a stress-laminated deck bridge that was left with no maintenance for 15 years; nevertheless, after this period, the bridge was in good condition.
AE monitoring with strain correlation was applied to a 376-m long open deck bridge carrying two tangent tracks on separate spans located in central Canada.
The streamlined timber deck bridge is designed as a generous public space as well as a route, with the structure rising through the deck to create four 20 metre curving benches to sit and enjoy the panoramic views.
Then the department will look at is potential environmental impacts, design the single deck bridge that will replace the twin bridges, and acquire right-of-way.
This will require either moving the A380 bridge upper deck bridge off the stand or ensuring that it will be possible to serve other aircraft with this bridge.
Bridge designer Parsons Transportation Group, Phoenix office (PTG) designed the new 1,604 ft long, 95 ft wide concrete deck bridge, which extends 30 ft above the river bed.
Tenders are invited for removal of the existing bridge and the construction of a new 115~-0 single span, 30 degree skew, nu-53 concrete girder superstructure and concrete deck bridge with steel foundation piles, concrete abutments, sl-1 guardrail and all appurtenances.
It was found that the load distribution factor equation from the standard specifications for highway bridges, 16th edition, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials extensively overestimates the load distribution factors of FRP deck bridge models.
Meanwhile, state highway officials and other public officials backing the state's preferred design are insisting the planned five-span deck bridge will make a distinctive aesthetic statement of its own, and at a lower cost.