2012 West Point Bridge Design Contest

By on January 18, 2012 -- Modified on December 9, 2017

It’s that time of year again, and the 11th annual West Point Bridge Design (WPBD Contest) Contest is starting. Registration is free and open to anyone, so I encourage you to try your hand in this fun contest. The software for the contest is simple to use, and actually is a great tool for learning how bridges work, and how forces are spread out in a given bridge design.

Here is the link to the main site:

Manilla File Folder Bridge

Is it just me or is the slenderness check new for this year? I did not get much of a chance to play around with the 2011 version, so I am not sure if it is brand new or not. The slenderness check caught me by surprise and is somewhat annoying.

I’d love to hear your comments about the program and how you are doing in the contest.

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  1. By Steve G. -- January 12, 2015
  2. Will the local contest be soon?

    By Rachel -- March 10, 2012
    • Yes, sorry for the delay. I just sent in the request for a contest code so we should be able to start soon.

      By Garrett Boon -- March 11, 2012
  3. Hey Garrett, if you are going to have a contest what day are you going to start it on?

    By Issac_Frost -- February 27, 2012
    • Early March. I’ve been super busy with work lately but I will try to put it together soon.

      By Garrett Boon -- February 27, 2012
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