A Java framework in the spirit of ruby on rails preferring convention over configuration, utilizing a domain driven development approach designed to greatly speed up the database-backed web application development time.
A movable frame or support for anything, as scaffolding, consisting of three or four legs secured to a top piece, and forming a sort of stool or horse, used by carpenters, masons, and other workmen; also, a kind of framework of strong posts or piles, and crossbeams, for supporting a bridge, the track of a railway, or the like.
A wooden bridge-like structure usually having all supporting members below the railway tracks.
series of short spans supported by a bridge tower
a supporting tower used to support a bridge
sawhorses used in pairs to support a horizontal tabletop
Mid-span support for a bridge.
In mining a trestle is a wooden frame consisting of braced legs fixed underneath horizontal bars, used to support a sluice or series of sluices.
See picture ] wooden substructure of a post mill supporting the main post.
A framework consisting of vertical, slanted supports and horizontal crosspieces supporting a platform.
While Bridge is the more general term (which may be a single span or multi-span, typically one span is longer than the others), Trestle is a longer, multi-span structure -- a series of shorter spans in which most of the spans are of similar length. Trestle is a more common term in relation to railroads, while viaduct is a similar long, multi-span structure for streets. Neither term seems to be exclusive. Although described as a single structure, the Ohio Connecting RR bridge over the Ohio River at Brunot Island could be described as a pair of bridges (one over each river channel) with a trestle at each approach and a trestle connection in the center. But more often, a long structure which does not have a predominantly larger span could be described as a trestle.
the supporting base structure to a post mill.
A bridge structure consisting of spans supported upon frame bents.
reinforced supporting framework.
A metal or wood framework, usually built to support a bridge.
A trestle is a bridge that consists of a number of short spans, supported by splayed vertical elements and is usually for railroad use. Timber trestles were extensively used in the nineteenth century in mountainous areas and to traverse floodplains adjacent to rivers as approaches to bridges. These were typically constructed using peeled logs preserved with creosote as vertical elements and with bolted and spiked sawn timbers for bracing.