portal frame


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portal frame

Same as portal, 2.
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Nonlinear oscillations of a portal frame excited by a nonideal motor with limited power output are considered and, with slow increase of power levels, the possibilities of occurrence of Sommerfeld effect are investigated [8].
The present study explores the influence of semirigid connection on structural performance of steel portal frame through analytical study.
The application said: "It is proposed both buildings will be of a steel portal frame construction.
Among their topics are diaphragm basics, diaphragms with intermediate offsets, standard shear walls, shear walls with openings, and the portal frame.
* E M Newby and Sons, steel portal frame building, Park Lane Farm, Park Lane, Emley.
Accommodation comprises a detached, triple bay industrial building of steel portal frame construction under pitched roofs with brick and block elevations surmounted by profile sheet cladding.
The trade counter units range in size from 6,329 sq ft to 10,251 sq ft and each comprises portal frame constructions.
The site extends to approximately 0.41 acres on which it is proposed to speculatively construct a portal frame trade counter/B8 unit.
The connections allow the Sturd-I-Frame to act as a moment-resi sting "portal frame." The Srurd-I-Frame system can also be used for engineered applications where shear walls would normally be required.
The warehouse facility, which includes ambient, chilled and frozen sections, was constructed with a 41.5 metre clear span portal frame and 8.5 metre eave height.
Graham will design and install a 66m long steel bridge, formed of a portal frame and bearings, a concrete cill beam and bearings within an existing retaining wall structure.
The steel portal frame construction is clad externally with brick/blockwork and lined profile steel sheeting and the minimum eaves height is about 14ft.