sway brace

sway brace

[′swā ‚brās]
(civil engineering)
One or a pair of diagonal members designed to resist horizontal forces, such as wind.

sway brace

A diagonal member designed to resist wind loads or other horizontal forces acting on a light structural frame. See also: Brace

wind brace

wind brace
Any brace, such as a strut, which strengthens a structure or framework against the wind; usually a brace between a principal rafter and a purlin to provide the roof framing with greater rigidity.
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In this case, when the permitted oversize load struck the bridge, it was over the lane marker of the southbound right lane where vertical clearances were lower due to the parabolic shape of the overhead portal and sway brace.
WSDOT also had to address some damage to an overhead sway brace on span 7, which it did in addition to the work on span 8.
Make sure the sway brace bolts are fully retracted and remove the ground pin.
On the way down, the CBU-87 twisted and broke the fin release wire that was still wrapped around the bomb rack sway brace arm.
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0 software also includes a unique space calculation feature, allowing users to calculate the maximum allowable spacing and alerting them if they have improperly spaced sway brace assemblies due to load capacity or allowable pipe deflection per NFPA 13.
A starter kit includes four offset posts, one pair of back sway braces, two pair of side sway braces and selected numbers of shelves with corresponding hardware.
Each bay consisted of four panels, a transom, vertical and sway braces, vertical and top brace frames, steel decking, and curbing.
Backs and sides are open with sections stabilized by sway braces.
Binder operates five manufacturing plants producing a premium selection of fabricated pipe supports, sliding plates, rigid struts, sway braces, anchor bolts, hydraulic shock arresters, pipe shoes, clamp assemblies, rigid pipe hangers, and much more.
We learned from the combat loads at AIR WARRIOR that the CBU-87 has a larger diameter and shape, which creates a different relationship between the bomb lugs, sway braces, and sensor switches.