horizontal shore

flying shore

A timber which provides temporary support between two walls; a horizontal supporting shore.
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The largest difference in maximum temperature between high-shore-sheltered and high-shore-exposed was 15 [degrees]C, which further highlights the relationship between horizontal shore position and thermal exposure.
Horizontal shores (also known as joists) range from small units 1,8 m, to large members 9,0 m, used to carry much heavier loads, usually manufactured from wood or high-tensile steel, typical steel joists are illustrated in Figure 2.