hybrid beam

hybrid beam

[¦hī·brəd ¦bēm]
(engineering)
A metal beam with flanges fabricated from a material that differs from that of the web plate and has a different minimum yield strength.

hybrid beam

A fabricated metal beam composed of flanges with a material of a specified minimum yield strength different from that of the web plate.
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