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Wat Nakorn-In Bridge in Bangkok is one of the major crossings of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. The bridge has a total length of 975 m each of two separate, parallel bridges. Each bridge consists of 509 m precast viaducts, and in situ cast main bridge with spans 30 + 40 + 40 + 95 + 130 + 95 + 36 m. The main bridge is of a free cantilever type. The foundations are bored piles ø1.2 m to ø1.8 m. Each main pier, which supports both
bridges, has a total of 14 piles. The superstructure is a concrete box girder with height varying from 2.0 m to 6.75 m. The concrete grade used is 50 A for bottom slab and the skew webs, and 40 A for the top slab. Total width per bridge is 13.35 m. The precast viaducts are concrete box girder sections with external tendons. The bridges are designed in accordance with BS5400. The bridge was designed in 1993 and the construction was
performed in the period 2000-2003.
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