Bridges. By: Stephanie W. Courtney S. Ethan K. FIVE TYPES OF BRIDGES. The Beam bridge Has a horizontal beam that is supported by piers(a supporting structure at the connection of connecting spans on a bridge). FIVE TYPES OF BRIDGES CONT. The Truss bridge
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By: Stephanie W.
Courtney S. Ethan K.
The Beam bridge
Has a horizontal beam that is supported by piers(a supporting structure at the connection of connecting spans on a bridge)
The Truss bridge
Has triangles to keep the structure strong.
The Arch bridge
Naturally made. The ancient Romans built them from stone. Now they are buit from steel or concrete.
The suspension bridge
Has a truss system underneath the roadway to stop the twisting and turning of the bridge.
This bridge requires less cable, and the towers supporting the cables are shorter.
The bridge is in St Louis
Formerly known as the veterans bridge
The bridge is a cantilever truss bridge
The bridge connects the north and south american land masses until the opening of the centennial bridge
The bridge is in panama
The bridge is covered and belongs to st jhons college
The bridge crosses the river cam between the colleges third court and new court
This bridge is also known as half chance bridge
The bridge is located in alabama
The bridge is over chickasaw bogue creek