During their employment in various companies our colleagues were working as project engineers or consultants/technical supporters/software supporters on this project.
This project is a feasibility study on a new bridge concept which is being investigated for crossing the 5 km wide Bjørnafjord on the west coast of Norway.
Bridge type: 3-span suspension bridge, supported by two tension leg moored floaters midfjord and two bottom-fixed traditional concrete pylons near shore. The three main spans of the bridge have a length of 1385 m each. The north approach bridge has a length of approximately 600 m from the concrete pylon to the S-point in the spread saddle.
Involvement of our Employees: Software development of hydrodynamic & wind capabilities and interaction of both in time domain; assistance in modelling, testing of dynamic calculation.
Reference:TDA – COWI, Statens Vegvesen, Norway