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Sharavati Bridge

Panjang2.060,00 m
Kondisi UmumAktif
Jenis JembatanConcrete Box Girder
Tanggal Selesai1994
Tanggal Peresmian1994
Latitude (GPS)14.2644980000000000
Longitude (GPS)74.4627199999999900

The Sharavati Bridge is a railway bridge, south of Honnavar, in the state of Karnataka, India, completed in 1994.[1][2] It carries the Konkan Railway over the Sharavati river.[2]

It is 2,060 metres (6,760 ft) long,[1] and is the longest bridge on that railway,[2] and the longest railway bridge in the state.

The work consisted of construction of a 2060 meter long bridge having 55 spans of 33 m and 11 spans of 22 m. The Foundation consists of 4 nos. of 1.2m diameter cast-in-situ R.C.C. bored piles for piers and 8 nos. of 1.2m diameter piles for abutments. The superstructure was with single post tensioned box girder for 33 m spans and 3 nos. of precast pretensioned I girders for 22m spans. This Bridge at Honnavar was awarded SECOND prize in the competition for Most outstanding Bridge National Awards 1995 - Category I by Indian Institute of Bridge Engineers in the year 1995.

Sharavati Road Bridge

The bridge was constructed in the year 1984 with an overall length of 1047.65 meter, comprises 34 spans of 30 meter each. The 2 end spans are balanced cantilever arms. Each main span consists of 5 prestressed "I" girders placed on hammerheads.


The rehabilitation of the bridge was carried out by Freyssinet Prestressed Concrete Company Ltd (FPCC)by strengthening the piers and hammerheads with additional steel brackets and external prestressing of main girders. The load test carried out to assess residual prestress in the girders.

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