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Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbor Bridge is a acrh brigde in Sydney, Australia that links the main city of Sydney to the North Shore.

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Definition for shear force and bending moment?

Shear Force: Sum of all Vertical Forces Whose acting on a Beam but Sum of all vertical Forces must be equal to Zero.

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What is Sydney Harbour Bridge made of?

The famous Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia was constructed on the other side of the world, in Middlesbrough, by local steel giants Dorman Long. The steel used to make it was produced at Skinningrove from local ironstone and the words 'Made in Middlesbrough' are stamped on its side.

Is sydney harbor more than 1 hectare?

Area is 5255 hectares at mean high water mark (excluding the islands which have not been accurately mapped to the same level of accuracy as the actual harbour)

What date was Sydney Harbour Bridge completed and opened for traffic?

Sydney Harbour Bridge was opened to traffic on 19 March 1932.

The bridge was built to connect the Sydney CBD with the North Shore commercial and residential areas on Sydney Harbour. Prior to this, the closest crossing was much further upstream. In 1912, John Bradfield was appointed chief engineer of the bridge project, which also had to include a railway. Plans were completed in 1916 but the start of World War I delayed implementation until 1922. Construction of the bridge began in 1924, and took 1400 men eight years to build at a cost of £4.2 million.

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How many people died during the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge?

Sixteen construction workers lost their lives during the bridge's construction.


16 construction workers died during the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

What is the function of the sydney harbor bridge?

To enable people to cross the harbour in a vehicle or on foot.

When did the bombing of Sydney harbor occur?

The first attack was on the night of 31 May - 1 June 1942 by a Japanese midget submarine.

The second was a shell attack by the mother submarine on 8 June 1942. This didn't exactly land in the harbour itself, but landed in the Eastern suburbs. It is thought that it was intended to strike the bridge.

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In which country is the Sydney Harbour Bridge?

In Australia is the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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What happened when Sydney Harbour was bombed in World War 2?

On the afternoon of 31 May 1942, three Japanese submarines appeared some thirteen kilometres out from Sydney Harbour. Each one launched a midget submarine, aimed at the American heavy cruiser, the USS Chicago, which was anchored in the harbour. One midget was detected at about 8:00pm, but was not precisely located until it became entangled in the net; the two-man crew of the submarine blew up their own vessel to avoid capture. When the second midget was detected after 10:00pm, a general alarm was sounded. The third midget was damaged by depth charges, and the crew also committed suicide to avoid capture.

The second submarine then returned fire, hitting the naval depot ship HMAS Kuttabul. Nineteen Australian men and two British sailors on the Kuttabul were killed. The submarine is believed to have then returned to its mother ship, known as I-24.

I-24 returned nine days later, on 8 June 1942, and proceeded to attempt to fire at the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Every shot missed, but at least 10 shells hit the residential suburbs of Rose Bay, Woollahra and Bellevue Hill. All but one of the shells failed to explode and there were no fatalities or serious injuries.

How many bolts in the Sydney Harbour Bridge?

There are approximately six million rivets in the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

What is the harbor Bridge used for?

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is used to connect the Sydney CBD with the North Shore of Sydney.

The Auckland Harbour Bridge is used to connect St Marys Bay, Auckland with Northcote, North Shore City.

Where is the Sydney Harbour Bridge?

Sydney Harbour Bridge is the main bridge that connects the North Shore and the business district in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It crosses Sydney Harbour from Millers Point on one side, to Milsons Point on the other side.

It was opened on 19 March 1932.

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Why was the Sydney Harbour Bridge built?

It was built to connect the central business district of Sydney with the populated areas on the North Shore of Sydney and create a direct route across the harbor. Ferries also cross the waters of Port Jackson.
To speed up travel from one side of the Harbour to the other. It would have been horrible having to get your loads all the way around it all the time, it isn't the smallest thing.
It was built to let people cross to the other side rather than driving right around to get to the other side