laminated beam

laminated beam

A wood beam composed of a series of overlapping wood members that are glued together. See also: Beam

laminated beam

A beam built up by gluing together several pieces of timber; may be either straight or curved.
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laminated beam at the peak (Photo 5), which you'll probably have to special-order at a full-service lumberyard.
On the wooden frame, he mounted a 50-foot-long 3-foot-deep 6-inch-wide laminated beam that weighed 3 tons.
Experimental works have been performed to determine the free vibration response as well as damping coefficients of the fixed-free laminated beam reinforced with nanoclay particles.
Prior to the binding process, the binding surfaces of the six plies that were to comprise a laminated beam were either soap water washed, incised, or untreated.
In addition, the variation in bonding strength across the plies of a laminated beam will affect the bending strength as well as the delamination properties of the beam, resulting in large delamination at the glue lines between plies of utility pole wood, Mechanical and delamination properties of laminated beams made of decommissioned penta-treated wood will be examined in the next report of this research series.
Finnish paper products company Stora Enso Corporation reportedly said on Friday (26 August) that it would buy the remaining 49% of Lamcon, an Austrian laminated beam joint venture, from Japanese company Meiken.
BELIEVED TO BE the largest laminated beam ever built, this 110-foot-long giant of cantilever design was fabricated in the plant of Speedwall Co.
Weyerhaueser's laminated beam plant on North Bertelsen Road currently employs 210 workers.
Weyerhaeuser, struggling with a weak timber market, also will close-its Canadian white pine sawmill and particle board plant at Vancouver, British Columbia, and a sawmill, wood-fiber cement plant and laminated beam plant at Durango, Mexico.
This arrangement differed from the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard D2559-04 (ASTM 2004), which mandates that the direction of the annular growth rings should alternate from ply to ply within the laminated beam when viewed on end (ASTM 2004).
Besides the two sawmills, Anthony Forest Products owns two laminated beam plants in El Dorado and Washington, Ga.