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20. December 2011

Book presentations "Cable-Stayed Bridges - 40 years of experience worldwide" in February 2012

Lectures on cable-stayed bridges by author Holger Svensson at the TU Munich and at the book shop Karl Krämer in Stuttgart.

The events are free of charge. Please let us know if you will attend:

07.02.2012 TU Munich, Hans-Heinrich-Meinke-Hörsaal, Theresienstr. 90, 80333 Munich, 4:45 p.m. - email to michael.henke@tum.de or download the program

09.02.2012 book shop Karl Krämer, Rotebühlstr. 42, 70178 Stuttgart, 6:30 p.m. - email to info@karl-kraemer.de

Cable-stayed bridges have seen a tremendously successful development. While in 1986 only around 150 large cable-stayed bridges were known to have been built worldwide, their numbers have increased manifold since. Around 1975 the longest span was 404 m, which increase to 856 m in 1995 and today's record is at 1,088 m. Competing suspension bridges are more and more relegated to even longer spans and cable-stayed bridges have become the main point of interest for bridge engineers worldwide.