beam splice

beam splice

[′bēm ‚splīs]
(civil engineering)
A connection between two lengths of a beam or girder; may be shear or moment connections.
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In contrast, in the tie beam splice joint shown in Figure 2, the mortise wall of the tie beam is subjected to double-shear forces.
Tendon ducts were spliced, bottom forms placed, and the beam splices and diaphragm splices poured.