T-beam | Article about T-beam by The Free Dictionary
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A reinforced concrete beam or rolled metal shape having a cross section resembling the letter T.
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The same technique was used by Genedy  to strengthen RC T-beams
. The UHPFRC-CFRP system was applied to the top of the T-beams
using the same technique by Garner .
Table 2 shows the comparison between the finite element model prediction and measured natural frequencies for the first three modes of the T-beam
system for the case of the thin secondary beam.
Each span of the superstructure consists of four longitudinal T-beam
girders and five cross beams.
Although the saw worked well, ERI wore out six saw blades during the cutting operations because sawing next to the T-beam
stems wore edges of the blade out faster than anticipated.
The bridge has four 55-ft spans with eight T-beam
modules per span.