Hangzhou Bay Bridge and The China Golden Triangle (Shanghai-Hangzhou-Ningbo area):
See also Beijing 2011 International Forum Trip
Professor Kosticís 9-Day Trip with 8-Days in China and 7-Presentations: Two Invited Lectures at Famous Chinese Universities in Shanghai and Hangzhou, and Two Plenary Lectures with Three Papers at an International Conference in Ningbo (More details & Publications):
and Applications, and Future Outlook-(PDF) at Shanghai
Jiao Tong University (SJTU-短片-pdf)-Lin-wki
HMT'09 Plenary Lecture&FLUIDS'09
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The Hangzhou Bay Bridge is the longest trans-oceanic bridge in the
World (36 km or 22 miles long; six expressway lanes in two
directions), although it does
not have the longest cable-stayed main span, the bridge has two main spans, with
a 448 m (1,470 ft) northern span, and a 318-metre (1,043 ft) southern span.
After a decade of planning and design, more than 4 years of construction, and
about US$ 1.5 billion investment, the Bridge was opened to the public
on May 1, 2008.
The Golden Triangle is made up of Shanghai, Hangzhou and Ningbo - the area is booming into the hottest economy zone in China. The Yangtze River Delta contributes to 21% of the national gross domestic product and have 8 percent of the total population in China.
The Golden Triangle: Shanghai-Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU)-pdf-Lin-wki * Hangzhou (Welcome-Trvl-and)-Zhejiang University (ZJU)-wki * Ningbo (Trvl)-Zhejiang Wanli University (IO)