1 edition of Design and construction practices of submersible bridges & causeways in India found in the catalog.
Design and construction practices of submersible bridges & causeways in India
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Indian Roads Congress.|
|LC Classifications||TA804.I4 D47 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||279 p. :|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||91901408|
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Design and Construction Practices of Submersible Bridges & Causeways in India: Panel Discussion & Important Papers. Indian Roads Congress, - Causeways - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Design and Construction Practices of Submersible Bridges & Causeways in India: Panel Discussion.
These causeways are often used to provide river crossings to link villages with neighbouring towns, but are often easily damaged because inadequate resources have been allocated to their construction.
The main types of causeway are: (1) non-vented causeways; (2) vented causeways; (3) high level causeways and low level submersible bridges. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. IRC SP Guidelines for Design of Causeways and Submersible bridge Item Preview remove-circle Invent a new India using knowledge.
The causeways are submerged on only a few occasions annually for brief periods and are, in effect, submersible bridges. In conclusion, it is suggested that this type of design be adopted for rapid construction when the plant and equipment required for high-level bridges with deep pier foundations are not available and where uninterrupted Author: R B B B Gupta.
BRIDGES 1 Introduction 2 Culverts 3 Design of causeways 4 Wooden bridges 5 Suspension bridges 6 Floating bridges 7 Movable bridges Questions Chapter 6:CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE 1 Introductory 2 Steel girder bridges Fabrication Erection 3 R.C.C.
and pre-stressed concrete girder bridges 4 Arch bridges 5 Suspension bridges 6 Rigid frame bridges. Read the Roads & Bridges magazine, a year old leading trade publication covering the transportation, roadway construction, and road maintenance industry. A submersible bridge is a type of movable bridge that lowers the bridge deck below the water level to permit waterborne traffic to use the waterway.
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