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su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'chūr),
A structure above the surface.

superstructure

/su·per·struc·ture/ (soo´per-struk″chur) the overlying or visible portion of a structure.

su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'shŭr)
A structure above the surface.

su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'shŭr)
A structure above the surface.
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A more realistic moment, shear and axial force distributions in the superstructure due to deformation of the raft will result in realistic use of concrete and steel.
For present purposes it will suffice to quote two brief passages which, joined together, give the gist of his thought: I believe that Marx's [frequent] references to the superstructure as "ideal" or "idealistic" hold the key to the entire base/superstructure metaphor.
The new General Superstructure Design Considerations, course number 130081P, is a free 3-hour Web-based training that is a prerequisite for updated courses 130081, detailed below; 130081A, LRFD for Highway Bridge Superstructures (a 2-day classroom course focusing on steel structures); and 130081B, LRFD for Highway Bridge Superstructures (a 2-day classroom course focusing on concrete structures).
Once the glass superstructure was in place, the abutment was cleaned and restored where necessary with local Massangis stone, and the concrete floor and east terrace varnished to match the stone's colour.
The construction works include bridge repair of old stone land support, Construction of new bearing levels and headwinds, Superstructure supplier superstructure, Old superstructures, Beams and lizards renovation, And installation of roller rails outside the superstructure.
The drama of Giencke's structure was more powerful in the raw construction than it is in the finished building, now that both materials are painted white and much superstructure has been added.
50 m flat foundations / deep foundations on in-situ concrete piles the superstructure of the viaduct is designed as a two-part cross-section, Each with a two-tier slab.
Tenders are invited for demolition and removal of the existing bridge superstructure and portions of the substructure.