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Adhamiyah Bridge, Baghdad Part 1. Design
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The paper describes the design and construction of Adhamiyah Bridge over the River Tigris in Baghdad. Of steel construction acting compositely with a concrete deck, the cable-stayed bridge is the first of this type to be erected in the Middle East.

D.J. Lee and A. Wallace

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