The Elbe Bridge Bad Schandau is a 268 m long road bridge on the federal highway 172, which spans the Elbe in Bad Schandau at river kilometer 11.53. The structure was erected in 1977 above the old Elbe bridge.
The road bridge has four openings with spans of 50.0 m on the left bank of the Elbe, 100 m above the river and two times 59.0 m on the right bank of the Elbe. In the river area there is a clear height of 6.53 m at the highest navigable water level.
As a building system, the prestressed concrete structure has a single-cell box girder cross-section with inclined webs and a constant construction height of 2.70 m and a deck width of 13.6 m.
The flow opening is spanned by a prestressed, parabolic-shaped concrete band. The drawstring has a massive rectangular cross-section with a width of 3.04 m and a height of 0.6 m. Every 10.5 m there is a support for the sub-tensioning on the superstructure with a concrete slab 25 cm thick. The clear distance to the bridge superstructure is a maximum of 3.28 m in the middle of the field.
The structure was built with a falsework in the edge areas; the cantilever cantilever guyed with an auxiliary pylon was used to open the stream.
Extensive repairs were carried out between 2001 and 2003.
14 juli 2020
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