Louis-Jean Résal

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Jean Résal (22 October 1854 in Besançon - 14 November 1919 in Paris) was a French civil engineer. He was a Professor of mechanical engineering at the École polytechnique, and designed several metal bridges in France:[1]

  • Nantes Résal Bridge (rail), destroyed during the Second World War, rebuilt in concrete
  • Road bridge over the Erdre (Nantes), appointed first bridge Barbin, then Pont du General de la Motte Rouge.
  • Mirabeau bridge in Paris (road bridge, 93 m range)
  • Alexandre-III Bridge (Paris) (highway bridge, 107 m range)
  • Bercy bridge (Paris)
  • Gateway Debilly (Paris)
  • Bridge of Notre-Dame (Paris)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jean Résal (1854 - 1919) | Structurae". Structurae. Retrieved 2017-02-24.