lattice girder


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lattice girder

[′lad·əs ‚gərd·ər]
(civil engineering)
An open girder, beam, or column built from members joined and braced by intersecting diagonal bars. Also known as open-web girder.

lattice girder, lattice beam

An open girder in which the web consists of diagonal pieces arranged like latticework.
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