Rigid frame


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rigid frame

[′rij·id ′frām]
(building construction)
A steel skeleton frame in which the end connections of all members are rigid so that the angles they make with each other do not change.

Rigid frame

A structural framework in which all columns and beams are roughly connected; there are no hinged joints, and the angular relationship between beam and column members are maintained under load.

rigid frame

A structural framework in which all columns and beams are rigidly connected; there are no hinged joints and the angular relationship between beam and column members are maintained under load.
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