fixed-end beam

fixed-end beam

[′fikst ‚end ′bēm]
(civil engineering)
A beam that is supported at both free ends and is restrained against rotation and vertical movement. Also known as built-in beam; encastré beam.
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fixed beam, fixed-end beam

A structural beam whose ends are fixed.
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