angle strut

angle strut

[′aŋ·gəl ‚strət]
(civil engineering)
An angle-shaped structural member which is designed to carry a compression load.

angle strut

An angle-shaped structural member which is designed to carry a compression load.
References in periodicals archive ?
Tenders are invited for Repair And Maintenance Of Border Fencing 25.662 Km Under 53 Bn Bsf Now 136 Bn Bsf Under Shq Bsf Bhuj Sh Painting On Iron Angle Struts Spikes Plates
Kitipornchai and Lee (1984) reported an experimental investigation into the inelastic buckling of axially loaded pin-ended single angle, tee, and double angle struts. A total of 54 struts were tested, comprising of 13 single equal and unequal-leg angles (repeated twice), and 12 tee struts.
Eccentrically loaded single angle struts, Engineering Journal, AISC 29(2): 59-66.