floating bridge

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a temporary bridge built over a series of pontoons

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The tide compensation technology from Rexroth is able to compensate the high/low tide level electronically by sending signals to the hydraulic system that correspondingly lifts/ lowers the access ramp to/from the floating bridge according to the change in level of the tide," he said.
Last year, chairman of UAE master developer Emaar, Mohamad Alabbar, suggested building a floating bridge from Dubai to at least one of The World islands to help rescue the troubled project.
Also, in a bid to further improve the traffic situation between the busy Bur Dubai and Deira areas, the Floating Bridge will be moved near the Sheraton Hotel on Dubai Creek, linking Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road in Bur Dubai to Omar Bin Al Khattab Road in Deira.
Street with the extension of the Floating Bridge into a four-lane corridor, a road widening exercise on Tariq bin Ziyad Street, improvements on
The floating bridge cannot take the weight of large vehicles, such as buses and other public transport, making life difficult for the people living in nearby villages.
Their answer was a floating bridge - wooden planks fastened to two heavy chains that were anchored on both ends.
Floating Bridge Press seeks poetry submissions for upcoming publication Floating Bridge Review #5 on the theme of "Do Tell"--works that touch on gay life (including lesbian, bi, trans, two-spirit, questioning, and any other non-straight orientations).
The net, located between the Ozama River bridges and the Ramon Matias Mella floating bridge, will prevent waste from reaching the Caribbean Sea.
Abrahams's leadership in the design and construction of movable bridges includes his role as project engineer for the Admiral Clarey Bridge in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, a combination fixed and floating bridge that provides access to Ford Island.
They are standing on Chaos, a floating bridge designed by Phillip Watts.
near a floating bridge on a section of the Songhua river in the provincial capital of Harbin, Xinhua News Agency quoted a local official who witnessed the capsizing as saying.
00 Lingfield Opened in 1836, the Woolston ferry, known locally as the floating bridge, crossed the river Itchen between Woolston and Southampton until its closure in 1977, after the opening of the Itchen bridge.
He and his design consultancy Future Systems were also responsible for the futuristic Selfridges building in Birmingham, the Stonehenge tourist centre and a floating bridge linking West India Quay and Canary Wharf in London.
work has been published in Tea Party, Floating Bridge Review, and The
The gate will only function while the floating bridge is open," a senior source said.