difference between minor and major bridge.
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Answer / sagar maharana
A Bridge Having Length more then 60 Meters is called a Major Bridge.
A bridge having length less then or equal to 60 Meters is known as Minor bridge.
& A Bridge of Length Less then or equal to 6 Meters is called Culvert.
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Answer / bijay kumar
Structure total work's ditales
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Answer / sireesha chowdary
Minor bridge have width up to 12.00 mtr and a major bridge have width above up 12.00 mtr.
A bridge which nos of span are more than two called major bridge and a bridge which nos of span is one or two called minor bridge.
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Answer / saima
minor bridge are constructed at nallah /nadi and major bridges at rivers, roads. minor bridges are near to big box culverts structure.
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