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A total of 41 columns in a grid of 58 m and 4 trusses of reinforced concrete arch in the form of an explosives plant and slender shear


The planning of mid-1993 provided for a three kilometers long and up to 70 m high structure with a span of 58 m or 116 m, the line curved to the north should be right. The pillars should be tapered from [2] 4.5 6.5 m on the ground to 3.0 5.0 m at its head. The plan update was in 1994 a building length of about 3.2 km at a maximum of 60 m in overall height [3] and unmodified control spans of 58 m and several A-frames, each 116 m span. In 1996, the plan [4] approval was issued for the section of the Unstrut Viaduct. In 2006 was followed by a revision of the [5] bridge design. The prestressed concrete superstructure is designed with a construction height of 4.75 m and shall consist of 46 boxes each with 58 m span. It is divided into six sections of a continuous beam . The last two segments in front of the abutments consist of three openings, each 58 m distance between supports. The intervening four sections each in the middle of an arc with a span of 108 m to 580 m long and are available as both joint-stock and non-frame bridges - also known as integral bridge - is planned. The bow is at the top 7.0 m wide and about 5 m thick and with the superstructure monolithically connected. In the transverse direction divides and spreads down to himself and has an overall width of 13.5 m with a thickness of 2.0 meters. The arch is formed together with each one on a pier pile cap foundation. The pillar next to the arches have a spacing of 116 m. On each side close to four fields with 58 m length. The abutments and arches derived from the horizontal forces from braking. Accordingly, on five pillars separating expansion joints with rail excerpts provided. As provided between the separator and the pillars on both sides simply supported superstructures are no bearings, these consist of two pillars of heads that can deform independently of each other. For the first time for the Great Railway bridges in Germany, the superstructure is completely connected with the monolithic pillars and arches. It follows that on the one hand, the interchangeability of the superstructure, as provided previously to the new lines, is no longer possible. Attributable to the other side on all the pillars of the camp and the pillars can be designed to be particularly slim. The rule

pillars only 1.5 m, 2.0 m, the piers and pillars separating the 2.5 m wide. In the conventional bridge construction on the new lines are due to the space required for storage in the interior piers of a continuous girder bridges at 2.7 m and 4.0 m. pillars separating The slab track on the bridge will be equipped throughout with sound-absorbing elements. South to beyond a noise barrier