I-beam


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I-beam

An iron or steel beam with a symmetrical I-shaped cross section. See also: Beam

I-beam

A rolled or extruded structural metal beam having a cross section resembling the letter I.

I-beam

A structure whose cross section resembles the letter I. It may be extruded from or built up from aluminum, magnesium, or titanium alloys, or it may be made of wood, plastic, or steel. See beam (iii).
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It seems to be necessary to develop analytical methods taking into account both the real way of modelling the load acting on the flanges of the I-beam (linear load) and the rounding and notches at the side of the penetration of the bottom flanges into the web.
"The test results showed that all the composite beams exhibited significant improvements in stiffness and strength properties, above those of simple HFRP I-beam without the UHPFRC slab," say Nguyen, Mutsuyoshi and Zatar.
Daytime occupation of bats in 100% of timber bridges and 60% of I-beam bridges is noteworthy because several other studies in the United States report relatively low occupancy of bats in bridges, including 8% of bridges in southern Mississippi (Trousdale and Beckett, 2002) and 6.5% of bridges in southern Illinois (Feldhamer et al., 2003).
The incident could have been worse had a Marine been between that I-beam and the jet.
The 3/4" wide x 2.57" high hard-coated aluminum alloy extrusion with I-beam cross section optimizes strength to weight.
The load was a metal I-beam that weighed 8,000 pounds.
and has features like an in-floor coolant system and I-beam reinforcements that simulate factory production conditions.
"The sculpture is welded to the flange of an I-beam," said Morrel.
In one striking detail, Bruder replaces the top flange of a standard I-beam with an extruded cylinder designed so it barely appears to touch the purlin it supports; the move also maintains the horizontal plane of the bottom flange of the beam across the building's changing span.
Get the correct installation guide for the brand and type of I-beam you will be using before you order materials.
enables users to redesign and resize the arrow, hourglass, I-beam and other cursors that come standard with both OS/2 2.1 and Windows 3.1.