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girder

Botany the structure composed of tissue providing mechanical support for a stem or leaf

Girder

A large or principal beam used to support concentrated loads at isolated points along its length.

girder

[′gər·dər]
(civil engineering)
A large beam made of metal or concrete, and sometimes of wood.

girder

A large or principal beam of steel, reinforced concrete, or timber; used to support concentrated loads at isolated points along its length. (See illustration p. 462.)
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The new bridge will have five spans of prestressed concrete girders and use existing piers so that no new piers will be added to the wetland area.
The Case Bridge consists of five prestressed concrete girder spans over Potomac Park, followed by numerous steel multigirder spans over the Washington Channel of the Potomac River.
Vendors such as Sherman, the precast concrete girder producer, also worked around the clock and voluntarily put other projects on hold to focus on the bridge rebuilding.
Sho-Bond has developed many products for repair and reinforcement of concrete structures, including concrete crack injection, concrete slab reinforcement, concrete protection, corrosion restoration and repair, concrete girder reinforcement, repairs of piers and abutments, binders for resin mortar and resin concrete, and other related technologies for concrete structures.
tha; Two field structure (measured spans an angle 42 and 38 m) with a twin-prestressed concrete girder.
BW 61E[pounds sterling]1: new construction of interchanges building AS RE[micro]tha; Two field structure (measured spans an angle 42 and 38 m) with a twin-prestressed concrete girder.
Contract Awarded to Repair a concrete girder on a county road bridge over Interstate 90 about seven miles east of Sundance
Tenders are invited for Proposed Replacement Of Girders With Pre-Stressed Concrete Girder (Bridge No.