arch rib

arch rib

[′ärch ‚rib]
(civil engineering)
One of a set of projecting molded members subdividing the undersurface of an arch.

arch rib

1. In Romanesque architecture, a transverse rib crossing the nave or aisle at right angles to its length.
2. A principal load-bearing member of a ribbed arch.
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We were able to find a location for those inside the arch rib itself so that they wouldn't be seen.
Each arch rib is made up of 56 cast-in-place sections with construction starting from the canyon walls and a closure pour that locks the two halves together.
year service life and features a steel box arch rib with a post-tensioned concrete tie girder and a network hanger system.
In addition, the bridge has a 100-year service life and features a steel box arch rib with a post-tensioned concrete tie girder and a network hanger system.
year lifespan and features freestanding vertical steel arch ribs that eliminate the need for traditional bracing by using an internally stiffened box design.
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Rather than a massive, concrete-filled structure or solid spandrel walls, the bridge incorporated 6 separate arch ribs, 12 arch spans, and 1,512 vertical columns supporting the roadway deck.