Multiple-span cable-stayed bridges
Most Important Structures in this Category
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|1||Rio-Antirrio Bridge||Greece||560 m|
|2||Ting Kau Bridge||China||475 m|
|3||Yiling Yangtze River Bridge||China||348 m|
|4||Millau Viaduct||France||342 m|
|5||Mezcala Viaduct||Mexico||311.5000 m|
|6||General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge||Venezuela||235 m|
|7||Polcevera Viaduct||Italy||207.9000 m|
|8||Second Macau-Taipa Crossing||China||112 m|
|9||La Arena Viaduct||Spain||105 m|
Note: the above table may include entries associated with subcategories while the full list does not include these subcategories.
There currently is no long description, though one is being prepared.
- Evaluation of overall stability of multi-span cable stayed bridges, presented at IABSE Symposium, Antwerp, Belgium, 2003.
- Design and construction of a multispan cable-stayed bridge, presented at Bridges — Interaction between construction technology and design, IABSE Symposium, Leningrad, USSR 1991.
- Yiling Multispan Cable-Stayed Bridge over the Yangtze River, in "Structural Engineering International", February 2004, n. 1 v. 14
- Hyperbolic tower of a multi-tower cable-stayed bridge, presented at 35th Annual Symposium of IABSE / 52nd Annual Symposium of IASS / 6th International Conference on Space Structures, London, September 2011.
- Seismic response of a multi-span cable-stayed bridge, presented at Ponts suspendus et à haubans. Cable-stayed and suspension bridges, Deauville, 12.-15.10.1994.
- Bridges with multiple cable-stayed spans, presented at IABSE Conference, Malmö 1999 - Cable-stayed bridges. Past, present and future.
- Bridges with Multiple Cable-Stayed Spans, in "Structural Engineering International", February 2001, n. 1 v. 11
Sweden (2006), added on 07/02/2006
United Kingdom (2014), added on 03/05/2004
Mexico (1993), added on 11/11/2001