Anchor beam | Article about anchor beam by The Free Dictionary
In a typical Dutch barn
in colonial America, a massive horizontal timber that spans the barn from one gable end to the opposite end.
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COMSAT can offer direct downlink from European and African theatres by way of the Avanti anchor beam
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 researched blasting vibration control standards for new poured rock anchor beam
in underground powerhouse.
In the process of work, the structure can strengthen the anchor beam
of frame and guarantee bolt uniformity in the resistance to sliding, continuity, and integrity and achieve the goal of completely stable slope.