Bridge across Vistula River in Plock (Poland) – Project Realization
|Tagung:||IABSE Symposium: Sustainable Infrastructure - Environment Friendly, Safe and Resource Efficient, Bangkok, Thailand, 9-11 September 2009|
|Veröffentlicht in:||Sustainable Infrastructure - Environment Friendly, Safe and Resource Efficient|
|Anzahl der Seiten (im PDF):||8|
The paper presents the project realization of the Roadway Bridge across Vistula River in Plock (Poland) as it was designed, built and open for traffic in October 2007. The bridge, having width of 27,5 m and total length of 1.200 m, consists of two different parts: main bridge part (length of 615 m) over the Vistula riverbed and access bridge part (length of 585 m) over the inundation. The main bridge structure is steel cable-stayed bridge consisting of: continuous bridge girder with orthotropic deck (main span of 375 m and side spans of 2x60 m each), cable stays in the single plane and two obelisk-type pylons fixed in the deck. The access bridge part consists of two bridge structures with composite deck, having structural system of continuous girder, spanning 5 x 58,5 m each. The bridge, as the part of modern bypass, is well incorporated in the environment - plain terrain on the left bank and hilly landscape on the right bank featuring Plock town.
Schrägseilbrücke Brückenentwurf Stahlbauwerk / -konstruktion