L-beam

L-beam

A beam whose section has the form of an inverted L; usually placed so that its top flange forms part of the edge of a floor.
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Tenders are invited for One Coach Set Of L-Beam Stiffener Assy Crf To Drg No.
For this experimental study, ingredients such as 53 grade ordinary Portland cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate, water, steel, fly ash, GGBS, and corrugated steel fibre were used for casting specimens like cube, cylinder, prism, and structural elements such as straight beam and L-beam.
The stress-strain curve was plotted based on experimental results of conventional concrete (CC) and GPC beam and L-beam as shown in Figures 6 and 7.
The J44 has an l-beam plate fabricated chassis construction, and features a true 44- x 26-in.
The sturdy l-beam plate fabricated chassis construction lends itself to the most heavy duty applications, along with its long-wearing Hardox hopper sides adding to is durability and strength.
The frame is a rectangular steel l-beam with the words New Deere paint on the side.
A second core would form the top side of the l-beam feature and the corresponding bottom side of the four-hole plate.
With the entrance pit floor level, a 40-ft l-beam was set in place for the casing to ride on.
a 2x4 system for the truss and a plywood web for the wood l-beam.
Rugged l-beam legs support the screen in the raised operating position for excellent stability.
AXLE, FRONT NON-DRIVING Navistar Select l-Beam Type,
Sign Post with Hardware and Fuse Plate, 15% Long - No Fuse Cut, 4" l-Beam Standard No.