beam bridge


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beam bridge

[′bēm ‚brij]
(civil engineering)
A fixed structure consisting of a series of steel or concrete beams placed parallel to traffic and supporting the roadway directly on their top flanges.
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One is a truss bridge from 1914 and the other is a steel beam bridge with a concrete cover from 1984.
Recent projects include building a steel beam bridge at Brownhill Reservoir, Holme; a steel suspension bridge at a Scout camp in North Yorkshire; a footbridge over the Kennet & Avon Canal in Hungerford, West Berkshire; and a new 62-metre long hardwood boardwalk at Clapham Common.
Using accelerated bridge construction techniques, workers constructed the overpass beam bridge from reinforced concrete and steel about 500 feet (152 meters) from its final destination.
Have your students spend some time making a list of the advantages of an arch bridge over a beam bridge and then write a clear and persuasive argument.
If you were one of those people who rose to the challenge, you crossed one of the first recognized walkway tools, the beam bridge.
Features include hardened and precision ground ways, high accuracy mechanical bearings, dual beam bridge and intrinsic accuracy.
A one way ANOVA test found that there was significance between the bridges and a tukey test found there was significance between the arch bridge and all other bridges on the windward said and that the arch bridge was significant to all other bridges and he truss was significant to the beam bridge on the leeward side.
The project has approximately one mile of flyover box beam bridge and one million cubic yards of imported fill.
The planned bridge type is tensioned on both bridges concrete continuous beam bridge.
This model was implemented in the code PONTMIXTE and several numerical simulations were carried out to show the significant influence of the local buckling instability on the moment redistribution coefficient from hogging to sagging zones in the case of a 3-span beam bridge at real scale.
A beam bridge is like a log bridge, but it is supported at both ends.
The Braker Lane Bridge is a conventional prestressed concrete beam bridge except that its I-shaped beams have a design strength of 66.