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Project Scenario With the success of the Fox River bridge project, the City Engineer of Appleton has decided to replace several other outdated bridges in the city. The first of these bridges is an old concrete beam bridge that carries Lee Road over Union Creek. The old bridge has been demolished and will need to be replaced by a more modern structure. The City Engineer is very satisfied with the work done by Roosevelt Associates on the Fox River Bridge, so he hires this firm to design the new bridge that will cross Union Creek. Design requirements The Appleton City Engineer works closely with civil engineers from Roosevelt Associates to develop the following design requirements for the bridge. The bridge may cross at any elevation from the high water level to 24 meters above the water level The highest point on the bridge must be under 28.5 meters to provide clearance for the overhead power lines. The bridge must carry two lanes of traffic. For consistency with the nearby Grant Road Bridge, the new structure should be a truss. It is not necessary for it to be a Pratt Through Truss.
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