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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Haridwar (Uttrakhand) [India], July 27 (ANI): In an act of bravery, a policeman saved a man who climbed to the top of a cable bridge in Haridwar in an inebriated state.
Tourists of the via ferrata in Skalka near Kremnica can walk through the longest cable bridge and cable climbing net in Slovakia.
The bridge will have two lanes in each direction and will feature the main navigation span twin pylon stay cable bridge, viaduct approach bridges in Cebu City and Cordova sides, on and off ramps, causeway and toll plaza.
On Day 5, we motored from Olympia to Delphi crossing the Rio-Antirrio Bridge, the world's largest cable bridge, which connects western to southern Greece.
Wiith the 'ICE' Bridge activity you discover how to build a bridge - a 17m long cable bridge - and walk over it.
The $106-million cable bridge failed 42 days after opening to traffic in January 2016.
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.
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.
In order to study vibration mechanism of the stay cable bridge, the cable vibration system is modeled as Figure 1.