Stressed ribbon bridges
Most Important Structures in this Category
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|1||Mkomaas River Pedestrian Bridge||South Africa||150 m|
|2||Yume Tsuribashi Bridge||Japan||147.6000 m|
|3||Rafael Iglesias Bridge||Costa Rica||146 m|
|4||Metolong Dam Bridge B||Lesotho||127.7500 m|
|5||Sacramento River Trail Pedestrian Bridge||USA||127.4000 m|
|6||Lake Hodges Bridge||USA||100.9000 m|
|7||Puente Leonel Viera||Uruguay||90 m|
|8||East Golf Cart Bridge||USA||86.9000 m|
|9||Rogue River Pedestrian Bridge||USA||84.7300 m|
|10||Aaresteg Mülimatt||Switzerland||78 m|
Note: the above table may include entries associated with subcategories while the full list does not include these subcategories.
There currently is no long description, though one is being prepared.
- Experimental and numerical assessment of the dynamic behaviour of a stress-ribbon footbridge in "Structural Concrete", March 2004, n. 1 v. 5
- A comparison of three different systems of stress ribbon bridges presented at 35th Annual Symposium of IABSE / 52nd Annual Symposium of IASS / 6th International Conference on Space Structures, London, September 2011.
- Nozomi Bridge - a hybrid structure of stress-ribbon deck and truss in "Structural Concrete", December 2006, n. 4 v. 7
- Slinky and other stress-ribbon bridges presented at Footbridge 2014 - Past, Present & Future, London, 16-18 July 2014.
- Spannbandbrücken in "Schweizerische Bauzeitung", 20 February 1969, n. 8 v. 87
Japan, added on 05/11/2015
Lesotho (2013), added on 08/01/2014
Germany (2006), added on 21/03/2013