Wind Design and Analysis for the Normandy Bridgeby Michel Virlogeux, SETRA, Bagneux, France,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Structural Engineering in Natural Hazards Mitigation
Abstract: The Normandy Bridge will represent an important progress in the field of cable-stayed bridges, with a main span 856-metre long. This paper explains how the design has been oriented to limit wind forces, and also evokes the long wind analyses which have been made to assess aeroelastic stability and structural safety in turbulent winds.
Subject Headings: Bridge design | Structural safety | Cable stayed bridges | Wind engineering | Cables | Structural stability
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