concrete bridge

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concrete bridge

[′käŋ‚krēt ′brij]
(civil engineering)
A bridge constructed of prestressed or reinforced concrete.
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The government of GB has decided to convert wooden bridges of GB into concrete bridges in phases.
Contract notice: Repair of concrete bridges and factory (2 lots).
Three tenders for the rehabilitation/ replacement of (a) six intake barrages and reinforced concrete bridges on shoulders within the domain of Sherbin & Basandila Irrigation Engineering Departments, (b) four intake barrages and reinforced concrete bridges on shoulders within the domain of Talkha Irrigation Engineering Dept.
The project comprises construction of 22 precast concrete bridges extending 4,236 metres in length and 15 metres in width, in addition to another 120 metre-long concrete bridge added to serve traffic outbound to Al Maktoum Bridge.
Washington, Mar 8 (ANI): Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology are developing a camera based on the science similar to the type used in airport body scanners to detect everything from defects in aerospace vehicles or concrete bridges to skin cancer.
A component of this research addressed serviceability of 2304 stainless steel alloy (UNS S32304) as a cost-effective solid stainless steel grade that offers corrosion resistance comparable to more expensive solid stainless steel when used as reinforcement in concrete bridges.
Consequently Kit shops are coming up, adjacent the concrete bridges a local five star hotel named after US President (Obama Pentagon) is already functioning, "for all services and refreshments", the sign post welcomes travelers.
A guide to trusses is followed by sections on wood, stone, iron and steel, and concrete bridges, with further chapters on bridge preservation and Minnesota's historic bridges.
No hydraulic lift but solid concrete bridges in place.
In addition, each issue includes an overview on the current status, ongoing projects and potential projects involving concrete bridges in one state and in one city or county.
Though form and materials are convincingly resolved (Jorg Schlaich, Germany's most venerable structural engineer, was responsible for the slender elegance of the glass vaults, reinforced concrete bridges and many details), the traveller is besieged by shops.
Role of concrete bridges in sustainable development.