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Old April 21st, 2008, 03:20 AM   #1
ayrton
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Erection by Segment to Segment



Usually cable-stayed bridges are erected girder Block to Block by derrick or gantry.

But Yangpu bridge in China was erected girder segment to segment like above the picture.

Erect segment to segment means erect edge girder, floor beam, stringer separately.

Do you have ever seen that kind of bridge which was erected segment to segment?

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