I-beam


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I-beam

An iron or steel beam with a symmetrical I-shaped cross section. See also: Beam

I-beam

A rolled or extruded structural metal beam having a cross section resembling the letter I.

I-beam

A structure whose cross section resembles the letter I. It may be extruded from or built up from aluminum, magnesium, or titanium alloys, or it may be made of wood, plastic, or steel. See beam (iii).
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These make it possible to obtain the values of the stress at any point of the cross-section of the I-beam, especially on fillets or places where the bottom flange goes inside to the middle part of the I-beam.
The test results showed that all the composite beams exhibited significant improvements in stiffness and strength properties, above those of simple HFRP I-beam without the UHPFRC slab," say Nguyen, Mutsuyoshi and Zatar.
8%) compared to more recently built I-beam bridges constructed of concrete and metal (0.
It is reinforced with I-beam pultrusion to provide durability and strength," Reivik states.
57" high hard-coated aluminum alloy extrusion with I-beam cross section optimizes strength to weight.
At the heart of each float is a steel I-beam chassis with an RV engine specially modified to carry 40,000 pounds and travel at 2 1/2 mph without overheating.
The load was a metal I-beam that weighed 8,000 pounds.
and has features like an in-floor coolant system and I-beam reinforcements that simulate factory production conditions.
The sculpture is welded to the flange of an I-beam," said Morrel.
In one striking detail, Bruder replaces the top flange of a standard I-beam with an extruded cylinder designed so it barely appears to touch the purlin it supports; the move also maintains the horizontal plane of the bottom flange of the beam across the building's changing span.
Get the correct installation guide for the brand and type of I-beam you will be using before you order materials.