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Die Windelbachtalbrücke - Überbauerneuerung mit innovativem Montageverfahren

Medium: journal article
Language(s): German
Published in: Stahlbau, , n. 10, v. 80
Page(s): 761-774
DOI: 10.1002/stab.201101479

The Windelbach viaduct - Renewal with an innovative assembly method.

40 years after its construction, the 302 m long Windelbach viaduct undergoes repairs, which requires a renewal of the superstructure on to be rehabilitated pillars. At this a modern composite-steel-superstructure replaces the existing prestressed concrete beams. Due to the topographical conditions and the conditions for maintaining a 4+0 traffic an innovative assembly method with heavy-duty rail-trolleys to mount the new composite steel boxes and removal of existing prestressed concrete beams has been developed (fig. 1).

superstructure rehabilitation repair renewal heavy-duty rail-trolley composite-steel-superstructure composite steel box
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