The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 7 > Incremental Launch Bridges: UK Practice and Some Foreign Comparisons
Name of File 5641-71-07.pdf cached at 19/01/2019 17:01:08 - with 6 pages. pdfPath: E:\\CMS\webtest\files\f1\f11b32a9-5dbb-4584-b380-899072195b28.pdf. thumbPath: E:\\CMS\webtest\files\pdfthumbs\f11b32a9-5dbb-4584-b380-899072195b28_1.png. objDoc: 1 - True. objPreview.Log: . strFileName: f11b32a9-5dbb-4584-b380-899072195b28_1.png

Members/subscribers must be logged in to view this article

Incremental Launch Bridges: UK Practice and Some Foreign Comparisons

The recent successful completion of two major incremental launch bridges in the UK - Dornoch Firth Bridge and River Ceiriog Viaduct - has refocused attention on this form of construction after a break of nearly 15 years. The paper sets out the philosophy behind their design and construction compared to both the earlier examples built in the UK and some of their foreign counterparts. F.N. Rowley

Author(s): Rowley, F N

Keywords: bridges;incremental launching method;gbr;comparing;bridge decks;;dornoch firth bridge;river ceiriog viaduct, chirk;scotland;wales;design;shepherds house bridge, sonning cutting;whitby new bridge, yorks;zeeburger bridge;aschaffenberg bridge;prestressed concrete;span depth ratio;analysis;construction;reinforcement;europe