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Springer J.,Weihermuller and Vogel GmbH | Dieter A.,Grontmij GmbH | Schidzig R.,Max Bogl Stahl und Anlagenbau GmbH and Co. KG | Kowalski P.,Stadt Frankfurt am Main
Stahlbau | Year: 2014

The new Osthafen Bridge in Frankfurt/Main, is a remarkable structure in many respects. With a span of 175 m it is among the largest composite arch bridges in Germany. For the first time in a while, locked coil strands have been used as hangers for a road bridge of this dimension. In the longitudinal direction of the bridge the hanger cables are inclined and crossed. Apart from a historical overview, details concerning design and tendering process, this article outlines specifics of the structural design, construction and erection of the new bridge over the river Main. In this context the article focuses on the locked coil strand hanger cables. © 2014 Ernst & Sohn Verlag für Architektur und technische Wissenschaften GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin. Source


Luttger S.,Max Bogl Stahl und Anlagenbau GmbH and Co. KG | Pfeiffer M.,Max Bogl Stahl und Anlagenbau GmbH and Co. KG | Schidzig R.,Max Bogl Stahl und Anlagenbau GmbH and Co. KG
Stahlbau | Year: 2014

Spectacular bridge construction in Sweden - The Sundsvall Bridge sets new international standards. In February 2011 company Max Bögl as part of the Joint Venture Sundsvallsbron got the contract for the design and build of the new Sundsvall Bridge in Sweden. This was mainly achieved due to the developed innovative erection concept of the main bridge construction. The very cold and long winters in Sweden made it necessary to erect the 23 000 t steel bridge just within one summer period. This was only possible with a sophisticated logistic concept and a batch prefabrication of sections with widths of up to 38 m, lengths of 160 m and single component weights of up to 2 500 t. With the high technical requirements and the very tight time schedule along the way one of Europe's latest semi-automatic steel production lines was established. © 2014 Ernst & Sohn Verlag für Architektur und technische Wissenschaften GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin. Source

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