tied arch

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tied arch

[′tīd ′ärch]
(civil engineering)
An arch having the horizontal reaction component provided by a tie between the skewbacks of the arch ends.

tied arch

An arch having a tie between the skewbacks of the arch ends in order to provide a horizontal reaction component.
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new DB tied arch bridge in Nuremberg and the Spartenfreimachung for the conversion of the Franks Quick pathway comprises the construction project in the immediate enforcement of the grave loosely cross railway systems with a reinforced concrete-media tunnel DN 3000 with an outside diameter DA 3600 in the area between the site the ASN (Abfallwirtschaftsbetrieb city of Nuremberg, Am Horses 27, 90439 Nuremberg, Germany) and the premises of the N-ERGY (Sandreuth StraE-e 21, 90441 Nuremberg, Germany) at a length of about 100 m.
Construction of a new two-lane road bridge and a single-track railway bridge as a steel tied arch bridge with a span of about 45 m including renewal of the deep founded bridge abutment in the tidal area of ?
Part of immediate execution of the action new tied arch bridge was arranged by the Government of Middle Franconia.