structural frame

structural frame

[′strək·chə·rəl ′frām]
(building construction)
The entire set of members of a building or structure required to transmit loads to the ground.

structural frame

All the members of a building or structure required to transmit loads to the ground.
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Tenders are invited for Carbon composite structural frame for pafc stacks as per nmrl specifications and drawing
The structural frame provides support for the cladding system, and the cladding provides separation of the internal and external environments.
Caption: Clark Pacific equips CP Campus Housing with standard components: structural precast and integrated enclosure framed panel with preinstalled windows; internal structural frame; three different prefabricated and factory-topped slabs to accommodate mechanical, electrical and plumbing; plus, provisions for floor-to-floor heights equivalent to other systems.
Organizations are based on main four frames: structural frame, human resource frame, political frame, and symbolic frame.
The updated leather iPad Pro 12.9 cases include an auto on/ off, sleep/ wake cover, "SoundBoard" speaker enhancement, ultra-suede interior, a stamped alloy structural frame and foldable movie and typing modes among others.
Gunlocke's new Lily chair gives an edgy look to a classic design, turning the standard structural frame into a flowing, elegant element.
"Google Project Ara" is an open hardware platform/device that seeks to create a structural frame base that can hold any desired choice of smartphone modules.
"The next big milestone will be the completion of the main concrete structural frame of the hotel building.
Eversendai has used Tekla's BIM software for the engineering of the steel structural frame of Abu Dhabi's Masdar Headquarters, one of the most sustainable offices in the world; and the new passenger building at Oman's Salalah Airport, boosting its annual airport passenger capacity to 2 million.
"The design for Project Ara consists of what we call an endoskeleton (endo) and modules," Eremenko detailed, "The endo is the structural frame that holds all the modules in place.
Additional design and safety features include a robust four-post structural frame with either 6-inch or 8-inch wide-flange steel beams; an available CargoLok gate that securely encloses the carriage and protects heavy cargo or rolling loads; an audible alarm system that sounds if the gate is left open or not properly latched; and an available SafeLok system that locks the carriage at upper levels for added safety.
GB Building Solutions project manager Chris Gallagher said: "This is the most technically challenging part of the build so it is good to see the works under way and the structural frame coming to a close."

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