angle section

angle section

[′aŋ·gəl ‚sek·shən]
(civil engineering)
A structural steel member having an L-shaped cross section.

angle section

A structural steel member having an L-shaped cross section.
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50 m, Angle section stainless steel as the final rail leg-H 3 mm approximately 1 180 m.
For the Wide Angle section, which features short films, animation, documentaries and experimental films, the Philippine representatives are: Baby Ruth Villarama's 'Sunday Beauty Queen,' Sheron Dayoc's 'The Crescent Rising,' Phil Giordano's 'Supot,' Raymund Gutierrez's 'Imago' and Brillante Ma.
The compressive member is 180 mm long with angle section as shown in Figure 2.
The focuser was constructed from 2" x 2" x 1/4" aluminium angle section for the main body, and 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" aluminium angle for other parts.
Detailing and outside doors have been designed around the metal angle section habitually used by the practice.
2 Sand bag frame Angle section size: 50x50x5mm, frame size:300x500mm) Frame 16
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6 m long 6 StE-ckemit stabilization associations in about 8 m high steel mass 19 tons, steel angle section 150 x 150 x 12 on new and old building wall mounted 81 m, trapezoidal sheet metal roof profile 161.
Lee Spring now offer a total of 7 angle sections for their torsion springs in all standard ex-stock sizes, both left and right hand wound, which also facilitates usage in pairs to provide a balanced force at each point, so ensuring that the returned piece seats properly.
Describing the pros and cons of present pylons, he said: "They are made from steel angle sections and are therefore light yet strong.
A structural shop that employs 20 people houses, among other equipment, W A Whitney portable hydraulic presses used to make holes in structural components, and a Whitney hydraulic shear for cutting angle sections to length.
In a letter last summer he described his 32-inch reflector -- one of the largest amateur telescopes in Europe -- with a tube and fork mount composed almost entirely of slotted-metal angle sections.