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box beam

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(Building) another name for box girder
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Noun1.box beam - a beam built up from boards; has a hollow rectangular cross section
beam - long thick piece of wood or metal or concrete, etc., used in construction
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the project includes complete bridge removal of the existing 102 lf longbridge consisting of 3-spans of 32 lf long simply supported 27" deep by 36" wide ppc box beams, (on which approx.
The new crossing was designed with a span outside the length of standard precast slabs or box beams.
ODOT then dismantled the temporary bridge and hauled away most of its box beams and stashed them at the Bertelsen site for sale or reuse, Seydel said.
Reliability-based robust multi-objective crashworthiness optimisation of S-shaped box beams with parametric uncertainties.
Kim [4] carried out a higher-order 1D analysis of the in-plane flexural deformation of thin-walled curved box beams by adding an additional degree of freedom accounting for in-plane distortional deformation of cross section.
The 6ft deep fabricated box beams will support the roof and create the clear spans over the 25m competition pool.
The overhangs on the gable ends were cut off, rigid insulation added to the top (Photo 6) and then the overhangs rebuilt as box beams (Photo 7).
At the bottom of the box beams of infrared light are emitted just above the surface of the desk.
4-meter)-long girders to the site on one tractor-trailer, a clear efficiency benefit compared to the one girder per trailer that would have been necessary for shipping prestressed concrete box beams.
AWARD winning, adaptable and easy to erect on simple foundations - these are the hallmarks of the Ty Unnos modular box beams that Coed Cymru has developed with the Welsh School of Architecture, Pontrillas Group Packaging and Kenton Jones Ltd.
He says box beams designed for this material can supply EI stiffness and strength values equal to those of steel and aluminum, at 59% and 15% weight savings, respectively.
Welsh timber is milled at BSW Sawmills, Newbridge on Wye, kiln-dried at Heartwood, Caersws and laminated into boards for box beams in Tregynon.