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Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge

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Parent Category: Bridges and Tunnels
The Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the world. It spans over the Inland Sea in Japan.
The engineer of the Akashi Kaikyo bridge was Honshu-Shikoku.
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conor merchantwas the designer
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A shear box test is a test that is performed on an undisturbed soil sample. The specimen is placed in a shear box, and then the testing is completed by a professional.
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the bridge ws made when president quentin trembly the third, the 8th and a half president made pant illigal, and declared war on pancakes. he then life sistained himself in peanut brittle.
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a suspension bridge-doin a bridge report :)
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5 Brooklyn bridges equal one akashi kaikyo bridge
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The span of the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge is 12,831 feet(3,911 meters).
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It's extremely tall. Its two towers, at 928 feet, soar higher than any other bridge towers in the world.
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to get across. There were roads. 
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it was built 1988 and it finished being built in 1998
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4.3 billion US DOLLORS or 500 billion Japanese YEN
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23000 cars/day. 161000 cars/week.
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it made in1998
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Honshu-Shikoku Bridge Authority
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the Akashi bridge is connecting two areas: Kobe and Awajishma Island. The bridge is 3 911 meters long and 282.8 meters tall. The bridge is made of many different metals, but especially steel. It is really white and made of fondation.
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A draughtsman is someone who forms the plans for construction sites. A civil draughtsman is a draughtsman that works alongside civil engineers and other local officials.
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Foundation is the sub-structure of a building structure that transfers the entire weight of the building and its loads onto the ground strata below ground level.
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Akashi Kaikyo cross the Inland Sea
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the Akashi Kaikyo bridge , why was it given its name
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The bridge was opened for traffic 5 April 1998. See link below for more information:
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It is in Japan.
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Akashi Kaikyō Bridge was created in 1998.
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