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web member

n.
One of the structural elements connecting the top and bottom flanges of a lattice girder or the outside members of a truss.
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In the process when the load is increased to 2000 kN, cracks are seen on concrete for the first time, mainly on the enlarged cross section, between two web members and at the sectional corner of the compressive web member.
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Based on laboratory tests, the increase in stiffness of a T-braced 2 by 4 web member was documented and a design method for T-braced truss webs was proposed.
The Enterprise System has also been enhanced in the areas of premium billing, system-wide security, risk management, and the Web Member Services (WMS) portal.
Waltz [17] studied the design requirements for bracing a 2 by 4 compression web member at one brace support point at the center of the web.
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It acts as a vertical truss, with the columns as chords and the braces and girders as web members.
The major failure occurred at web members of trusses between loading points and supports, i.
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