Better Bridge Abutments because no lateral loads
Foamed concrete is particularly suitable for bridge abutments because it does not impose the large lateral loads, which can be a problem when using traditional granular materials.
Using foamed concrete, the lateral load is practically eliminated, so the bridge walls do not have to be as thick. This in turn means that the wall foundations can be made less massive.
Huge cost savings can be achieved by reducing the thickness of the walls, and the size of the foundations.
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