2019|AE AEE Surveying Engineering AND OTHER COMPETITIVE EXAMS HAND WRITTEN NOTES PDF|2019

2019|AE AEE Surveying Engineering AND OTHER COMPETITIVE EXAMS HAND WRITTEN NOTES PDF|2019

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Surveying Engineering Handwritten Classroom Notes for AE AEE PDF

These pylons are responsible for carrying both compression and tension force. This is optimal for a span greater than cantilever and shorter than a suspension bridge. Loading action is the same as a suspension bridge.

Surveying Engineering Handwritten Classroom Notes

Today, cable-stayed bridges are a popular choice as they offer the same advantage as the suspension bridge as they are lighter, stronger and more economical spanning from 500ft to 2800ft. But, the cables used are flexible which makes them weak to forces like wind. For longer spans, the careful design must be done for its stability. The lighter weight of the bridge is an advantage during the earthquake but the foundation must be carefully designed to avoid settlement.

Surveying Engineering Handwritten Classroom 

This design allows the construction of a curved bridge, it is an otherwise conventional cable-stayed bridge but its cable support does not span across the length of the roadway, rather being cantilevered from one side.

Surveying Engineering Handwritten

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