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gusset

[′gəs·ət]
(civil engineering)
A plate that is used to strengthen truss joints.
(mining engineering)
A V-shaped cut in the face of a heading.

Gusset

A plate, usually triangular in shape, used to connect two or more members, or to add strength to a framework at its joints.

gusset, gusset plate

gusset
A plate, usually triangular in shape, used to connect two or more members, or to add strength to a framework.
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Mostly trusses are made from C-sections and connected using gusset plates or directly with bolts (Fig.
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For gusset-plate joints, an increase in length of the gusset plate from 4 to 8 inches increased the moment capacity for both glued and unglued joints, but a further increase of the length did not result in any significant increase in the strength.