Important section of fly-overs and underpasses, Mechanical Engineering

Important section of fly-overs and underpasses:

Culverts : A structure having a waterway upto 5 m.

Minor Bridge : A structure having a waterway of 6-30 m.

Medium Size Bridge : A structure having a waterway of 30-100 m.

Major Bridge : A structure having a waterway above 100 m.

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