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Steel-reinforced concrete composite bridge
|main span||90 m|
|span lengths||22.5 m - 90 m - 22.5 m|
composite steel-reinforced concrete
The bridge is a three-span continuous composite structure, simply supported on the end abutments and on two pairs of intermediate columns. According to the conditions required by Jucar River Administration, they are located outside the riverbed.
The primary structural system is formed by a double arch tied by the deck along the central span, which is 90 m. long. The deck, of a composite section, is continuous beyond the intermediate columns and simply supported on the abutments. The double arch is formed by two steel tubular slanting braced arches.
The central span steel structure was built on the left riverside and then rotated, supported with a crane at one side and on a float at the opposite, to the final position.
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- Bridges at the Edge of Town: Recent Experiences. Presented at: 35th Annual Symposium of IABSE / 52nd Annual Symposium of IASS / 6th International Conference on Space Structures: Taller, Longer, Lighter - Meeting growing demand with limited resources, London, United Kingdom, September 2011. (2011):
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