Types of culverts - causeway and bridges, Mechanical Engineering

Types of Culverts:

Culverts are constructed with various materials and to different designs. The popular forms are :

(a) Temporary stone scuppers

(b) Stone slab culverts with abutments and piers

(c) RCC slab culverts with abutments and piers

(d) RCC Box culverts

(e) RCC Pipe culverts

(f)  Armco Pipe (metal pipe) culverts

(g) Masonry arch culverts

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