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We wonder if Clark County drivers might resemble their Washington neighbors to the north who pay tolls to cross SR 520 and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
gov/) ashington State Department of Transportation Department exposed the flaw of Apple's map, which shows Tacoma Narrows Bridges melting.
The result can--and repeatedly has--become the program equivalent of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge disaster.
He discusses ancient and primitive bridges, and modern bridges in the UK, France, and North America, with special discussion of John Roebling, the Brooklyn Bridge, deflection theory, the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, the disaster of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in 1940, the Severn Bridge in the UK, Japan's Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, Denmark's Storebelt Bridge, and the Millennium Bridge in London.
In other words, how to stop external forces causing the columns to resonate to the point of destruction, as seen in the failure of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in the US in 1940.
But the transition between the two is like that Tacoma Narrows Bridge - "Galloping Gurdy" - that the winds twisted and tore apart back in 1940.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] SHIMMIES AND SHAKES Although the calamity that befell the Tacoma Narrows bridge has not been repeated, some cable-stayed bridges have suffered wind-induced trouble of a novel kind.
SAFE-TEA for the Bridge Industry Replacement and new construction work similar to the Hood Canal, Lion's Gate and Tacoma Narrows bridges may see a rise in the coming years in the U.