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web member

web member
In a truss, any member which joins the top and bottom chords.
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The loading comes to a stop when the compressive web member experiences severe deformation.
When a compression web member exceeds the allowable stress for a specific grade and size of the member, lateral bracing is introduced to reduce the effective buckling length of the web.
A deflected web member, by nature, is a smooth curve as opposed to a series of straight lines.
The diagonals work as the web members resisting the horizontal shear in axial compression or tension, depending on the direction of inclination.
As Lippard and Chicago acknowledged in their letter to WEB members in April 1972, "the Chicago WEB bunch, calling itself tentatively MID-WEB has really gotten it together this winter.
The failure of beams mainly occurred at the nodes of diagonal web members outside of the load span.
They then decide which to exploit and which to invite others to participate in, thus "managing down" unwanted risk and creating opportunities for web members better equipped to handle it.
The conventional three categories of basal, intermediate, and top species were used to classify web members.
Dialpad gives Web members the ability to call any U.
PeopleSoft, the only eBusiness application provider on the Council, will deliver business-to-business transactions and business services to complement those offered by existing Global Trading Web members.
With a $0 cost for WEB Members and WEB Marketing, eContent Inc.
All Juno Web members will automatically be brought to this portal site (much of the contents of which will be provided through a strategic alliance with Lycos) each time they use the service.