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Other arch-beam hybrids in China include the Liuzhi Bridge, Ganxi Bridge, the Beipanjiang Bridge Shuipan, the Yunnanzhuang Bridge and the LiJia Jialing Bridge.
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LiJia Jialing Bridge with a 245 meter main span.
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Latest revision as of 20:12, 7 February 2022

Ganxi Bridge
甘溪特大桥
Xinbazhen, Guizhou, China
820 feet high / 250 meters high
984 foot span / 300 meter span
2022

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Ganxi Bridge is the second of China's great arch-beam hybrid spans that was first developed for the Beipanjiang Bridge Shuipan in the mountains west of Liupanshui, Guizhou.

The main span of the newer Ganxi Bridge is 300 meters or 10 meters longer then the Shuipan crossing. If categorized as a beam bridge this would rank among the world's 10 longest. The signature look of the unusual "open window" design is less bulky then a solid wall and the greater beam curve gives the structure a beauty more associated with arch bridges.

Ganxi Bridge has a span configuration of 18x30 +155+300+155 +2x35 meters. The deck is approximately 217 meters above a reservoir or 250 meters above the original river level.

Located just to the north is the even higher Yangbaoshan suspension bridge with a deck 360 meters high and a span of 650 meters.


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Ganxi Bridge Elevation


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Ganxi Bridge Full Elevation


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Other arch-beam hybrids in China include the Liuzhi Bridge, Ganxi Bridge, the Beipanjiang Bridge Shuipan, the Yunnanzhuang Bridge, Lijia Jialing Bridge and Liaojiaxi Jialing Metro Bridge.


GanxiRender.jpg

Ganxi Bridge.


Beipanjiang Bridge ShuipanLateDay.jpg

Beipanjiang Bridge Shuipan with a 290 meter main span.


YunnanzhuangRender6.jpg

Yunnanzhuang Bridge with a 280 meter main span.


LiJia Jialing 245mtrSpan.jpg

Lijia Jialing Bridge with a 245 meter main span.


LiJia Jialing 245mtrs.jpg


Liaojiaxi bridge.jpg

Liaojiaxi Jialing Metro Railway Bridge next to Lijia Jialing Bridge.


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Ganxi Bridge is at the bottom with Yangbaoshan Bridge in the upper right.


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Ganxi Bridge location map.