secondary beam

secondary beam

A beam which is carried by the main beams and transmits its load to them.
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They performed this by switching the polarity of the secondary beam guiding system (horns) which changes the constitution of the tertiary beam to have more antineutrinos.
The experimental setup designed is a T-beam comprising two aluminium beams, namely, a primary (150 x 15 x 3.3 mm) and a secondary beam, as shown in Figure 12, which are connected with a bolted connection.
Once the user enters the values for slab thickness and secondary beam spacing, the app will calculate the maximum permissible spacing for his primary beams and props, with the associated prop loads and maximum cantilever length.
For each secondary beam is to determine the nearest intersection, and the process is repeated until a beam leaves the room or the amount of light (or brightness), which represents the imaginary beam, falls below a selected value.
4.2 Secondary Beam: Parallel Foils Collimator and Crystal Analyzer
Caption: Figure 3: Schematic diagram of representative cross sections: (a) primary column; (b) primary beam; (c) secondary beam; (d) coupling beams with the width 600 mm; (e) secondary column.