Beiträge in Tagungsbänden:

D. Adam:
"A new spectacular bridge over the Sava River in Belgrade - foundation design and construction";
in: "Proceedings of the 10th Slovak Geotechnical Conference - Geotechnical Problems of Engineering Constructions", herausgegeben von: Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava; Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Bratislava, 2011, (eingeladen), ISBN: 978-80-227-3504-9, 19 S.

Kurzfassung englisch:
The new bridge over the Sava River in Belgrade is the main structure on the inner semi-ring road from Omladinskih brigada Street to Pastroviceva Street, and it crosses the river Sava in the zone of the downstream tip of Ada Ciganlija Island. The Sava Bridge is a 7 span, continous superstructure with an overall length of 964 m between deck expansion joints. The main support system is a 200 m high single pylon (Pier No. 6) asymmetric calbe stayed structure with a main span of 376 m and a back span of 200 m. Due to investigated soil conditions and loads from bridge superstruckture all piers were founded with piles. At Piers 1 daphragm walls from a box-shaped foundation, the soil inside the box takes part for load transfer. The foundation depth of Piers 1 to 6 is within marl and the foundation depth of Piers 7 and 8 within sandstone. At each pier the pile heads are connected by a pile cap (pile raft) for load transfer from the superstructure to the single piles.

Sava Bridge Belgrad, asymmetric cable stayed structure

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