Purpose of a BridgeAim of a bridge
Bridging Facts, Worksheets and Historical Information for Children
The bridge is a construction to bridge an open room or a void. Bridge are especially suitable for crossings of river, valley or road by car, but humans have been using bridge for hiking for a long while. A bridge is a construction work which is constructed over railway lines, streets, rivers or other obstacles. It allows persons or cars to move from one side to the other.
Rigid structures must be constructed so as to bear their own weights and the weights of persons and vessels crossing them securely. This bridge has to resist seismic events, heavy wind, frost and thaw. Just like trams and railways, viaducts have to be serviced.
Six different kinds of bridge are available: cable-stayed bridge, lattice bridge, beam bridge, curved bridge, suspended bridge and jib bridge. A number of different considerations are taken into account before a bridge is constructed. Engineering staff must look at the nature of the site on which the bridge is to be located. You also have to deal with the purpose of the bridge.
Also the costs for the bridge have to be taken into account. Zhaozhou Bridge in China is the oldest bridge in the canal. This is a arched bridge divided into stones. Constructed in 605 AD, it still stands strongly and is still used today. Brooklyn Bridge was constructed in 1883 and links Manhattan and Brooklyn across the East River.
It was the longest hanging bridge in the whole wide range when it was made. One of the liveliest roads in the whole wide open space, it is crossed by 145,000 cars every year. Around the globe, many civilizations constructed hanging cable gantries to provide easy entry over precipitous canyons. Inca culture in South America is known for its hanging bridge.
The three US viaducts are all in Louisiana.
Causeway, Manchac Swamp Bridge, and Atchafalaya Basin Bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is one of the most popular and one of the most picturesque of all. This is a hanging bridge constructed in 1937 with a length of 2737 metres and 129,000 kilometres of wires in its two major wires.
The package includes 11 ready-to-use bridge worksheets that are ideal for pupils who want to know more about a bridge that is a bridge that is a way to bridge an open room or a void. Bridge are especially suitable for crossings of river, valley or road by car, but humans have been using bridge for hiking for a long while.