Types of Bridges

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Types of Bridges

Arch*Sydney Habour Bridge*Xinguanng Bridge*Caiyuanba Bridge*Wanxian Bridge*Daninghe Bridge*Krk Bridge

CABLE-STAYED BRIDGE A typical cable-stayed bridges is a continuous girder with one or two towers erected above peirs in the middle of the span.

ARCH BRIDGE Arch bridge is one of the oldest types of bridges and have been around for thousands of years. Arch bridges have great natural strength. They were originally built of stone or brick but these days are built of reinforced concrete or steal.

SUSPENSION BRIDGESuspension bridges in their simplest form were originally made from rope and wood. Modern suspension bridges use a box section roadway supported by high tensile strength cables.

*Sutong Bridges*Russky Bridge*Tatara Bridge*Hang Zhou Bay Bridge *Rio-Antirrio Bridge*Great Seto Bridge*Ting Kau Bridge*Suramadu Bridge*Vasco da Gama BridgeCable-stayed

BEAM BRIDGE Many bean bridges used in road construction are made from concrete and steel because these materials are strong enough to withstand the forces of compression and tension.

Beam*Albert Bridge*Flat Bridge*Moselle Viaduct*Bolsay Bbridge*Renmin Bridge

The Types of BridgesArchBeamCable-stayedSuspension

Suspension*Golden Gate Bridge*Brooklyn Bridge*Severn Bridge*George Washington Bridge*Humber Bridge

Types of Bridges

Millau Viaduct

Sydney Habour Bridge

Albert Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

*www.ehow.com *www.design-technology.org *www.wisegeek.org www.wikipedia.com www.lisof5.com *www.bridgespros.com *www.graphs.net *www.buzzle.com *www.google.com.au


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