channel beam

channel beam

A channel used as a beam, typically with the web in the vertical position. See also: Beam

channel beam

A structural member having a U-shaped cross section.
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Sole discards also fell to 0.2% compared to the 28% that are discarded by West Channel beam trawlers.
The viewer is greeted visually with a dynamic steel gray channel beam that raps the building's Court and Garnet Street elevations becoming an architecturally significant statement for the building, block and neighborhood.
The official Saudi television channel beamed live parts of the allegiance ceremony.
Since first hitting the air in August 2009, the Persian-language satellite television channel beamed into Iran by media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation and the Afghan Mohseni family's Moby Group has quickly become one of the country's most watched stations.
The levelers are designed with structural channel beams and high-tensile strength steel safety tread plates.
It will screen 72 episodes on a pay-TV channel beamed into 35million homes across the US, in both English and Spanish.
A central vessel of this never-ending crusade is the NFL Network, a national TV channel beamed into more than 50 million homes by cable and satellite TV operators.
Fun is taken so seriously in Los Angeles they have a humour wagon that makes weekly hospital visits to entertain children with cancer and a special satellite TV channel beams classic comedy programmes into recovery rooms to help heal post-operative patients.
The Uni-body deck is supported with orthotropic steel channel beams that minimize the potential for deck "dishing," a common problem with shipping dock floor scales.
Your feast of football kicks off on Sunday when Europe's No.1 sports channel beams the Hibs v Celtic clash from Easter Road.