Jetties, Civil Engineering

JETTIES:

A jetty is a structure projecting into the sea from the shore line for receiving ships. They are made of RCC trestles with a deck to accommodate railway track and road. The trestles are prevented from being hit by a ship by fenders. Figure gives details of a jetty.

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Figure: RCC Trestle Jetty

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