channel beam

channel beam

A channel used as a beam, typically with the web in the vertical position. See also: Beam

channel beam

A structural member having a U-shaped cross section.
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2% compared to the 28% that are discarded by West Channel beam trawlers.
The viewer is greeted visually with a dynamic steel gray channel beam that raps the building's Court and Garnet Street elevations becoming an architecturally significant statement for the building, block and neighborhood.
The report finds that between 1998 and 2001 vessel earnings have fallen by an estimated 25%, crew earnings or `share' has fallen by an estimated 29%, and net profit (excluding interest payments and depreciation) has fallen 75%, with the hardest hit areas the south west and English Channel Beam trawlers, and sectors targeting the main whitefish species in the North Sea, Irish Sea and west of Scotland.
Tenders are invited for project consists of removing the existing unnamed structure, 5-21" precast channel beams with oil and chip surface on timber pile caps and timber piles and replacing it by constructing a new precast concrete box culvert (9~x8~).
The levelers are designed with structural channel beams and high-tensile strength steel safety tread plates.
Fun is taken so seriously in Los Angeles they have a humour wagon that makes weekly hospital visits to entertain children with cancer and a special satellite TV channel beams classic comedy programmes into recovery rooms to help heal post-operative patients.
The Uni-body deck is supported with orthotropic steel channel beams that minimize the potential for deck "dishing," a common problem with shipping dock floor scales.
1 sports channel beams the Hibs v Celtic clash from Easter Road.