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Cable-Stayed Bridge

Tatara Bridge

Tatara BridgeTatara Bridge
Location:
Hiroshima-Ehime (Onomichi-Imabari Route), Japan
Owner:
Honshu-Shikoku Bridge Authority
Year of Completion:
1999
Total Length:
1,480 m (270m + 890m + 320m)
Width:
30.8 m
Total Steel Weight:
30,000 t

Feature:The TATARA Bridge is the 2nd longest cable-stayed bridge in the world. A 3D wind tunnel test was carried out at the IHI research center during the design stage to verify its wind-resistance stability.

John James Audubon Bridge

John James Audubon Bridge
Location:
Louisiana, U.S.A
Owner:
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
Year of Completion:
2010
Total Length:
195.5m+482.5m+195.5m
Total Steel Weight:
4520 t

Feature:Will be the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America when complete.

Nhat Tan Bridge

Nhat Tan Bridge
Location:
Hanoi, Vietnam
Owner:
Government of Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, Ministry of Transport
Year of Completion:
2012 (Scheduled)
Total Length:
3,080 m
Total Steel Weight:
14,000 t

Feature:6 span continuous cable-stay bridge

Binh Bridge

Binh Bridge
Location:
Hai Phong, Vietnam
Owner:
Hai Phong Bridge Projects Management Unit
Year of Completion:
2005
Total Length:
1,280 m (main bridge: 100m + 260m + 100m)
Width:
22.5 m
Total Steel Weight:
6,900 t

Feature:The bridge consists of 17-span continuous steel and pre-cast RC slab composite girders, with three center spans of the cable-stayed type. A steel and pre-cast RC slab composite girder was selected to minimize its own weight and shorten the construction period.

Mississippi River Bridge (Luling Bridge)

Mississippi River Bridge (Luling Bridge)
Location:
Luling, Louisiana, U.S.A.
Owner:
State of Louisiana, Department of Transportation and Development
Year of Completion:
1983
Total Length:
837 m (79.5m+155m+372.5m+155m+79.25m)
Width:
30.4 m
Total Steel Weight:
16,800 t

Feature:The Mississippi River Bridge was the longest cable-stay bridge in the U.S.A. and the 3rd longest cable-stayed bridge in the world when completed. Weather-resistant steel plates (A588) were used for the main structure to facilitate maintenance and reduce the life cycle cost.

Meiko Central Bridge

Meiko Central Bridge
Location:
Aichi, Japan
Owner:
Japan Highway Public Corporation
Year of Completion:
1997
Total Length:
1,170 m (290m + 590m + 290m)
Width:
27.5 m
Total Steel Weight:
38,700 t

Feature:The MEIKO CENTRAL Bridge was erected using the balancing method, whereby no temporary bents were required to support the decks. This method enables the navigation channel to remain open during the construction. The structural stability and displacement were also continually monitored during the construction period.

Yokohama-bay Bridge

Yokohama-bay Bridge
Location:
Yokohama, Japan
Owner:
Metropolitan Expressway Public Corporation
Year of Completion:
1989
Total Length:
860 m (198.5m + 460m + 198.5m)
Width:
40.2 m
Total Steel Weight:
54,300 t

Feature:The main structure is a double deck truss bridge. The upper deck box-girder, vertical members and lower deck cross beams form a rigid frame.

Iwaguro-jima Bridge

Iwaguro-jima Bridge
Location :
Kagawa, Japan
Owner:
Honshu-Shikoku Bridge Authority
Year of Completion:
1987
Total Length:
790m (185m + 420m + 185m)
Width:
27.5 m
Total Steel Weight:
Approx. 35,900 t

Feature:A combined railway-roadway type bridge.