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DateDate: 14-02-2019, 05:57

The Beijing Architecture School at Tsinghua University printed a 26.3-meter-long bridge from a concrete printer on a 3D printer, Lenta.ru reports with reference to Dezeen.
It is alleged that a pedestrian bridge with a width of 3.6 meters, passing through a canal in the Baoshan area, has become the longest of its kind in the world. The authors of the project repeated the arched form of the oldest, 1400-year-old Chinese Anji bridge.
According to the designers, printing a bridge turned out to be a third cheaper compared to traditional construction. It was possible to save due to the lack of fittings and crates.
The single-arch bridge is constructed of polyethylene fiber-reinforced concrete with additives additives. It consists of 176 concrete blocks that were printed using two 3D printing systems with a robotic arm. It took 450 hours to print all the elements.
A monitoring system is built into the bridge that will record the deformation of the concrete over time.
Source: NEWS.am





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