cantilever bridge

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cantilever bridge bridge constructed of two cantilevers that meet in the middle
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Usage

In literature:

Every one had heard of the new cantilever bridge in Canada.
"Alexander's Bridge and The Barrel Organ" by Willa Cather and Alfred Noyes
Then he asked me whether it was a suspension bridge or a cantilever.
"Penelope's Experiences in Scotland" by Kate Douglas Wiggin
There's Mellen, for instance; he's in Chihuahua building a cantilever bridge.
"The Iron Trail" by Rex Beach
Over the Niagara gorge also was built one of the first cantilever bridges ever constructed.
"Stories of Inventors" by Russell Doubleday
Frames for the Cantilever Bridge.
"The Scientific American Boy" by A. Russell (Alexander Russell) Bond
The Niagara cantilever bridge is a notable instance of this practice.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 613, October 1, 1887" by Various
Lastly, some bridges are composed of cantilevers and suspended girders.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3" by Various
Suspension Bridges and Cantilevers.
"Seasoning of Wood" by Joseph B. Wagner
The river is spanned at this point by one of the largest cantilever bridges in the world.
"The Greatest Highway in the World" by Anonymous
Next on the journey the cantilever bridge is reached.
"The Niagara River" by Archer Butler Hulbert
Cantilever bridges, 103, 104.
"Inventions in the Century" by William Henry Doolittle
Finally it was decided to throw a cantilever bridge across the chasm.
"The Wireless Officer" by Percy F. Westerman
The first of these cantilever bridges built in the United States was of iron.
"The Modern Railroad" by Edward Hungerford
We project our life forward as we build a cantilever bridge.
"The Meaning of Faith" by Harry Emerson Fosdick
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In science:

We will discuss both the bridge and cantilever geometries (cf.
Intrinsic dissipation in nanomechanical resonators due to phonon tunneling
All formulas are valid for both the cantilever (δ = 1) and bridge (δ = 2) geometries.
Intrinsic dissipation in nanomechanical resonators due to phonon tunneling
TRE solutions for clamped-clamped (clamped-free) boundary conditions in the case of the bridge (cantilever) geometry63 .
Intrinsic dissipation in nanomechanical resonators due to phonon tunneling
R (¯r) an eigenmode of the elastic wave equation satisfying clamped-clamped (clamped-free) boundary conditions for the bridge (cantilever) geometries.
Intrinsic dissipation in nanomechanical resonators due to phonon tunneling
This system of equations is valid for both the bridge and the cantilever.
Intrinsic dissipation in nanomechanical resonators due to phonon tunneling
II B implies that the procedures to be followed for the bridge and cantilever geometries differ only in the boundary conditions: clamped boundary conditions at the junctions, but free boundary conditions at the end of the cantilever.
Intrinsic dissipation in nanomechanical resonators due to phonon tunneling
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