Definition: material hybrid bridge
A material hybrid bridge is a type of bridge where the longitudinal or primary system switches from a cross-section made of one material to a cross-section made up of another material along its longitudinal axis. For example for a girder bridge, the superstructure is made up of a concrete section from the supports to the quarter span points but made up of steel in between. The connection between these different parts is continuous.
Most Important Structures in this Category
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|1||Normandy Bridge||France||856 m|
|2||Cheonsa Bridge||South Korea||510 m|
|3||Zhanjiang Bay Bridge||China||480 m|
|4||Kap Shui Mun Bridge||China||430 m|
|5||Shinminato Bridge||Japan||360 m|
|6||Tenjyo Bridge||Japan||348 m|
|7||Shibanpo Bridge||China||330 m|
|8||Ikina Bridge||Japan||315 m|
|9||Cuijiaying Hanjiang River Bridge||China||300 m|
|10||East Huntington Bridge||USA||274.3200 m|
- (2022): Axial Force Transfer Mechanism of Steel-Concrete Joint in Hybrid Girder for Railway Cable-Stayed Bridge. Presented at: IABSE Congress: Bridges and Structures: Connection, Integration and Harmonisation, Nanjing, People's Republic of China, 21-23 September 2022, pp. 373-379.
- (2022): Design and Overall Mechanical Characteristics Analysis of Hybrid Composite Beam Single Tower Cable-Stayed Bridge. Presented at: IABSE Congress: Bridges and Structures: Connection, Integration and Harmonisation, Nanjing, People's Republic of China, 21-23 September 2022, pp. 1063-1071.
- Hybrid arch bridge using both steel and concrete-filled-steel tubes. Presented at: ARCH'01. 3ème conférence sur les ponts en arc, pp. 833-838. (2001):
- (2019): Performance Study of a Steel-Concrete Joint for Hybrid Cable-Stayed Bridge with 800m Main Span. Presented at: IABSE Congress: The Evolving Metropolis, New York, NY, USA, 4-6 September 2019, pp. 1753-1759.
- Steel and hybrid stress-ribbon pedestrian bridges. Presented at: IABSE Symposium: Long-Span and High-Rise Structures, Kobe, Japan, September 1998, pp. 329-334. (1998):
Japan (2011), added on 19/09/2023
China, added on 18/05/2023
Germany (1970), added on 22/04/2023
Japan (1991), modified on 15/09/2023
Japan (2014), modified on 06/06/2023
South Korea (2019), modified on 18/02/2023
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