- Floating bridges
- Ponton bridges
- found: Peterson, S.T. Experimental response and analysis of the Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, 2002: p. 1 (floating bridges typical of those used in Washington State are composed of concrete pontoons bolted together end-to-end to form a continuous floating bridge, rectangular in cross section, with the top surface of the closed pontoons serving as the road surface. This type of floating bridge is referred to as a longitudinal pontoon bridge)
- found: Art and science of bridge building website, May 26, 2005: types of bridges/pontoon bridges (A floating bridge is often called a pontoon bridge, a name derived ultimately from pons, the Latin word for bridge. A ponto was a punt or a floating bridge in Latin, and from this came the French ponton)
- found: Bridge dictionary, via WWW, May 26, 2005 (Pontoon bridge: A bridge formed from floating units, sometimes boats, tied together in a series)
- found: Structurae : international database and gallery of structures, via WWW, May 26, 2005: structures/structural types/bridges and viaducts (Pontoon bridge)
- 2005-05-26: new
- 2005-07-15: revised
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