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gusset

[′gəs·ət]
(civil engineering)
A plate that is used to strengthen truss joints.
(mining engineering)
A V-shaped cut in the face of a heading.

Gusset

A plate, usually triangular in shape, used to connect two or more members, or to add strength to a framework at its joints.

gusset, gusset plate

gusset
A plate, usually triangular in shape, used to connect two or more members, or to add strength to a framework.
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One of the easiest ways to connect beam-to-column is using gusset plates and angles (Fig.
The number of staples per side and their length varied with the length of the gusset plate as is shown in Table 1.
The technical advisory clarifies that State highway officials should include gusset plates when calculating the load capacity on the Nation's 13,000 steel truss bridges.
The third and final purpose was to determine the moment resistance of T-shaped joints constructed with plywood gusset plates that were either stapled or stapled/glued in place.
I approved make including cost of all necessary components such as gusset plates, holding down bolts, J* or 1 hooks.
Joints, Railing poM with gusset plates an cleats with all joints & places of riveted
Joints, Railing post with gusset plates an cleats with all joints & places of riveted welled electrically including fixing the pontoon in river channel with steel rope and R.
Joints, railing post with gusset plates an cleats with all joints and places of riveted welled electrically including fixing the pontoon in river channel with steel rope and r.
Joints, Railing post with gusset plates an cleats with all joints and places of riveted welded electrically including fixing the pontoon in river channel with steel rope and R.