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Bridge

1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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Comparison of results for classical suspension bridge from different calculation methods are presented in (Idnurm 2004; Kulbach, Idnurm, J.
Ten of the children volunteered to help him design and construct a suspension bridge that they could walk across.
The Akashi Kaikyo suspension bridge forms one link in the Kobe-Naruto highway route, which connects the main island of Honshu and the southern island of Shikoku.
It is the first B2P bridge with a loaded backstay, and the first B2P suspension bridge to require wind guys.
Once work completes, more excavation will take place beneath the bridges which will expose sections of the suspension bridge rings which currently remain covered.
Pauline Swatridge's body was found at the base of the suspension bridge across the Menai Strait
Recently, the required rigidity of suspension bridge (minimization of kinematic displacements) is ensured by the application of the so-called "rigid" cables instead of conventional flexible cables (Grigorjeva et al.
Wylfa B Protesters warned Anglesey's bridges would be the only escape in the event of an accident L-R: PAWB waved Japanese flags on Menai Suspension Bridge in protest against the creation of a new reactor at Wylfa (above)
Focusing on the volume of the construction material used for the construction of the Lali Bridge, Honarbakhsh reiterated, 'For constructing the country's highest suspension bridge 1,800 tons of iron network, 20,000 tons of injected cement, 35,000 square meters of casts, 197 tons of fixed steel rods, and some 2,000 tons of metallic horizontal surface will be used totally.
Erdogan said construction of a three-km suspension bridge would also start, adding that, "this will be the second longest suspension bridge in the world after Akashi Bridge in Japan.
This article discusses the stress-strain analysis of a classical suspension bridge with a flexible cable.
after a newly built suspension bridge collapsed into the Kampar River,