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.
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|5||East Huntington Bridge||USA||274.3200 m|
|6||Ibi Gawa Bridge||Japan||271.5000 m|
|9||Nymburk Bypass Bridge||Czechia||132|
|10||Giovanni da Verrazzano Bridge||Italy||113|
Note: there are too many entries in this category and all its subcategories combined. To obtain a list of structures please go through one of the subcategories.
- 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):
Poland, added on 15/11/2020
Japan (2018), added on 08/09/2020
Japan, added on 23/10/2018
USA (1957), modified on 20/05/2020
Spain (1988), modified on 27/02/2019
Portugal (2000), modified on 30/09/2018