Self-anchored suspension bridges
Suspension bridge type where the suspension cable is anchored in the bridge deck and not in an anchroage block or in rock.
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|1||San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (East)||USA||385 m|
|2||Pingsheng Bridge||China||350 m|
|3||Yeongjong Grand Bridge||South Korea||300 m|
|4||Konohana Bridge||Japan||300 m|
|6||Jiangdong Bridge||China||260 m|
|7||Rheinbrücke Krefeld-Uerdingen||Germany||250 m|
|8||Grimberger Sichel||Germany||141 m|
|9||Seventh Street Bridge||USA||135 m|
|10||Roberto Clemente Bridge||USA||134.7000 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.
- Decision Method on Reasonable Design State of Self-Anchored Suspension Bridge with Spatial Cables, presented at IABSE Symposium, Large Structures and Infrastructures for Environmentally Constrained and Urbanised Areas, Venice, 22-24 September 2010.
China (2008), added on 31/05/2013
Italy (2010), added on 03/10/2010
USA (2011), added on 16/03/2010