2019|MADE EASY GATE Geotechnical Engineering ClassRoom Handwritten Notes PDF|2019

2019|MADE EASY GATE Geotechnical Engineering ClassRoom Handwritten Notes PDF|2019

MADE EASY GATE Geotechnical Engineering Handwritten Notes PDF

Made Easy Geotechnical Engineering Handwritten Classroom Notes for Gate PDF

Suspension bridges are nothing but connecting together creepers hanging from trees of the crossing. Arch bridges are the development of the idea obtained from naturally formed rock caves.

Made Easy Geotechnical Engineering Handwritten Classroom Notes 

A first permanent bridge was constructed around 4000 B.C. by Lake Dweller of Switzerland were the pioneers of timber trestle construction. Indians developed the prototype of the modern suspension bridge at the same time, but other countries have overtaken us in that field and India had only a few footbridges such as one across river Ganga near Rishikesh. Arch bridges were developed simultaneously by Roman and Chinese.

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Bridge construction received a boost with the advent of cast iron, reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete. With the use of steel came the development of the cantilever bridge. The world's most famous one being the firth of the forth bridge in Scotland, two main spans 521m each. In India, the Howrah Bridge over river Hubli is a cantilever bridge is built during Second World War with main span 457m. 

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