lally column


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lally column

[′läl·ē ‚käl·əm]
(civil engineering)
A hollow and nearly circular steel column that supports girders or beams.
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lally column

A proprietary name for a cylindrical column that is filled with concrete; used as a structural column to provide support to beams or girders. See also: Bethlehem column
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Lally column

A proprietary name for a cylindrical column which is concrete filled; used as a structural column to support beams or girders.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.