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Cable Supported Bridges

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        StatementWiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
        PublishersWiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
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        LC Classifications2011
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        Paginationxvi, 59 p. :
        Number of Pages90
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for a symmetrical bridge in which the on either side of the tower are the samethe horizontal forces balance and large are not required Designs [ ] There are four major classes of rigging on cable-stayed bridges: mono, harp, fan, and star.

Therefore, there will be considerable movements in the bridge that needs to be accommodated and dealt with.

Bridge Construction

5 millimeters strands per ASTM A886, other higher-grade steel wires, carbon fiber-reinforced polymers CFRPor composites.at 3,595 metres 11,795 ftis the longest cable-stayed bridge in. provides a definitive practical guide to stress ribbon and cable-supported bridges• 540 m 1,770 ft proposedWill support six vehicle lanes and the new line 3 of the.a six-lane vehicular bridge that crosses the with a total length of 1.

During this phase of design we use simplified methods to estimate the loads and sizing of different components. The main purpose of stiffening girders is to withstand live load and wind load. This strategy has been employed in Rio—Antirrio Bridge in Greece. European Steel Design Awards 2009.