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Construction Of The First Hole T-beam Of The Bailey Bridge In The Tailrace Of The Soviet Union

May 27, 2017

July 22, Côte d'Ivoire Su Bulei power station successfully completed the tailrace canal bridge first hole T-beam concrete pouring. The project owner, the supervising engineer, the Cote d'Ivoire National Highway Bureau and the project department leaders witnessed this important moment, and the construction quality and construction progress of the bridge were unanimously endorsed by the parties concerned.

Since the Bailey Bridge is an important bridge in the city of San Pedro in the city of Soupre, it is highly concerned by the Cote d'Ivoire National Highway Authority and all the drawings have been approved by the French Tucker and the Cote d'Ivoire National Highway Authority. Beam position acceptance also through several parties common acceptance, pouring process by the national laboratory side station sampling. Project department to actively coordinate the design drawing approval and position acceptance and other links, and finally successfully launched the first T beam pouring.

Since April 2016, No. 1 pier foundation concrete pouring began, the cumulative completion of concrete pouring 2600 square, earthwork excavation 5700 square. During this period the staff of the project department in the spirit of hard work, in the face of high temperature, malaria and many other serious natural conditions, still work overtime in the construction line. Give full play to the subjective initiative, to solve the tropical high temperature conditions, pumping high-strength with a concrete and other technical problems, to ensure the quality of the project under the premise of ensuring the progress of the project requirements.

Bailey Bridge is 78 meters in length, is a reinforced concrete simply supported T-beam bridge, bridge cross (3 × 22) meters, set 2 expansion joints, the bridge is arranged in the tail canal. The full width of the bridge is 10.1m, and the 1.3m wide sidewalk and 1.3m high railings are arranged on both sides. The remaining 7.5m is the carriageway and the two-way 2.5km cross slope. The upper part of the bridge consists of 5 T beams per span, with a height of 1.8 m and a flange plate thickness of 0.2 m. The web width is changed from 0.2 m to 0.48 m and cast with C40 / 50 concrete.