cable bridge


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cable bridge

[′kā·bəl ‚brij]
(electricity)
A rubber tube that encloses cables running over a floor or other surface.
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Location "Bridge of Peace" includes the architectural transformation of urban spaces: the World Square, Cable Bridge, BKZ, Museum Center.
VSL is bringing these techniques to Kuwait on number of projects, he adds, such as a stay cable bridge built for the country's new causeway.
At 105m high the cable bridge will be twice the height of the Millennium Bridge in Gateshead and more than four times the height of the Angel of the North.
One of these projects is the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, officially called the Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, which is a cable bridge with pre-stressed concrete steel viaducts on either side.
Demonstrators blocked traffic along the cable bridge as they slowly marched from Pasco toward Kennewick.
The island itself was connected with the mainland by two new bridges unique to Russia, where no cable bridge of such length had ever been built before.
A cable bridge which was built in 1986 has been destroyed, and Mohammad Juma Elmi, Kung's district chief, said there was no budget to build a new one.
On a cable bridge, the variable d is the cable sag or vertical distance from the midpoint of the cable to the elevation of the tower tops.
The clip, which has been up on the website for four months, clearly shows locations such as the Boyne Cable Bridge as the driver shoots by.
1 piece of road crossing with cable bridge as a steel cable framework between meter cabinet and building site main distributor.
The foundations will begin to take shape in April, engineers have said, before the 105m (344ft) supports are put in place and the deck of the cable bridge will be built over the summer.
3km long and 36m wide, Abu Dhabi's Hodariyat Bridge, the largest stay cable bridge in the UAE, stands as a testament to human engineering.