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    Feasibility study for a cable-stayed pedestrian walkway

    Description of the intervention:

    Pedestrian walkway with a single span of 36.5 m, built by means of a cable-stayed bridge, with two curved wooden beams that simultaneously constitute the structure and the architectural parapet, suspended at about a quarter of the span from two lateral stays. There are metal braces both in the deck, built on the intrados of the two main beams, with the function of stabilizing the structural elements and limiting the deformability of the system. On the shoulders of the bridge we find the tie-rod system, consisting of inclined tubular elements for the release of the compression, and of cables for the transmission of traction to the ground.




    Wood - steel

    Construction technology

    Cable-stayed wooden walkway

    Intended use


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