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This 477 m long steel composite bridge is situated approximately 90 km north of Gothenburg and forms part of the 3000 km long European route E6, which connects Southern Sweden with Northern Norway. The 24.2 m wide steel composite deck is carried by a concrete arch spanning 225 m.
A footbridge was required as part of an urban development project in the Parisian financial district, La Défense. The construction is surrounded by the futuristic and modern architecture of the district, and a technically unique and attractive solution was required.
The deck plate of steel orthotropic bridges is loaded in fatigue by traffic. Increases in both the traffic intensity and the magnitude of the wheel loads have caused premature fatigue cracking of steel bridges in the Netherlands, mostly on very busy motorways. Overlaying the steel orthotropic...
The ability of thermally sprayed zinc and aluminium to protect steel against corrosion has been exploited for almost 90 years. By further protecting the zinc and the aluminium with paint, some corrosion engineers have expected a service life of at least the sum of the life of the metal plus the...
Hot‐dip galvanizing is one of the most efficient ways of providing durable corrosion protection for prefabricated steel components. It contributes greatly to the sustainability of steel structures.
Steel trusses and other structures with angle section members are usually designed by elastic methods. This may lead to uneconomical designs when these sections are subjected – besides the axial force – to biaxial bending arising not only from eccentric connections, but also from direct...
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