The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 83 (2005) > Issues > Issue 8 > Safti link bridge design and construction
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Safti link bridge design and construction

The cable-stayed Safti Bridge with an independent and inclined pylon is a state-of-the-art bridge that has been designed and built for the first time in the world. This paper describes the various aspects of the design process for the bridge, including terrain, aesthetics, geotechnical and structural considerations. It also gives a detail description on the three-dimensional design technique adopted for the bridge. Summarised results from the design analyses are also presented, together with a brief write-up on the design criteria and how the bridge was constructed. S. C. Tan H. S. Teh T. Y. LIN International Pte Ltd, 3791 Jalan Bukit Merah, #06-18 E-Centre@Redhill, Singapore 159471

Author(s): Tan, S C;Teh, H S

Keywords: safti link bridge, singapore;cable stayed bridges;design;construction work