The Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge in Japan, world's longest span.
Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge – under deck truss
Elbbrücke 1990 Tangermünde – above deck truss
Catenary Arch Curve of idealized hanging chain when supported at its ends. Acted on only by its own weigh
Euler proved in 1744 that the catenary is the curve which, when rotated about the x-axis, gives the surface of minimum surface area (the catenoid) for the given bounding circle.
Arch Bridge Semicircular structure Rigid span Curving upward between two points of support Transfers the weight of the bridge and its load partially into a horizontal thrust Horizontal thrust is restrained by the abutments at either side
The Arkadiko Bridge in Greece Built 13th century BC One of the oldest arch bridges in existence
Stone Arch Roman Bridge of Córdoba, Spain. Built in the 1st century BC
Stone arch bridge in Shaharah, Yemen
Central Park NY Pedestrian Bridge
The keystone is the most important stone in an arch bridge, without this stone the arch would collapse. The keystone holds the arch together.
Three-story Roman Pont du Gard Aqueduct
Gothic Arch Main portal Notre Dame, Paris 1.Construct AB. 2.Set compass to AB 3.With compass at point B, construct arc AC. 4.With compass at point A, construct arc BC.
Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge in Brasilia, Brazil Arch Suspension Hybrid Bridge
Ted Talk Suspension Bridge
the force exerted is uniform with respect to horizontal distance the result is a parabola
Primitive suspension bridge over the River Astore
Cable supported bridge
How compelling is the need of humans to be able to move across their world?
Tacoma Narrows Bridge Gallopin’ Gertie
Draw Bridge Double leaf bascule
Draw Bridge Rolling lift bridge
Swing Bridge Moveable
Swing: Government Bridge Lock and Dam #15 Across Mississippi
Rotating Bridge of the "rue Dieu" and Canal St Martin (Paris)