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crossbeam
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A beam of steel, wood, or reinforced concrete, used as a main horizontal support in a building or structure
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{n} the lgest timber in a floor
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One who girds; a satirist
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forks Type of forks common on early machines, comprising rigid beams attached to the steering head by parallel links that allowed movement
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The main beam in a framed floor support that carries the weight of the floor or partition
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A large principal beam of wood or steel used to support concentrated loads at isolated points along its length
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A horizontal piece which supports the floor joists or subfloor which is made either of wood, steel or reinforced concrete Also called a beam
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Major timber that spans between sills
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a beam
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A main horizontal, primary structural member spanning between two main supports which carries other members or vertical loads
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a flexural member that is the main or primary support for the structure, which usually receives loads from floor beams and stringers A girder can be any large beam, especially if built up
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A beam of steel or wood used to support not only the roof but the entire wall section in transit, locating in the ceiling module line of a unit This member may be supported by posts or columns if necessary
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a beam made usually of steel; a main support in a structure
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of Frame, and Doubleframed floor, under Double
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a flexural member which is the main or primary support for the structure, and which usually receives loads from floor beams and stringers; any large beam, especially if built up
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hence, a framed or built-up member discharging the same office, technically called a compound girder
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A large or main load bearing beam (wood or steel) used to support large loads
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A large or principal beam of wood or steel used to support concentrated loads at isolated points along its length
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A large beam of steel, concrete, or wood used to support other structural members at certain points along it length
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A main beam; a stright, horizontal beam to span an opening or carry weight, such as ends of floor beams, etc
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A larger beam of wood or steel used as the principle support of concentrated loads at points along its span
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{i} supporting beam (of steel, concrete or wood)
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A horizontal beam used to support a wall or joists
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A main horizontal or near horizontal structural member that supports vertical loads It may consist of several pieces
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Large, horizontal structural member used to support the ends of joists and beams
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A horizontal beam used as a main support for a structure
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A principal beam used to support other beams
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A girder is a long, thick piece of steel or iron that is used in the framework of buildings and bridges. a strong beam, made of iron or steel, that supports a floor, roof, or bridge (gird). In building construction, a large main supporting beam, commonly of steel or reinforced concrete, that carries a heavy transverse (crosswise) load. In a floor system, beams and joists transfer their loads to the girders, which in turn frame into the columns
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A strong, wooden member spanning foundation walls designed to support joist ends
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One who, or that which, girds
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A large or principle beam used to support concentrated loads at isolated points along its length
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A beam that supports other beams; a very large beam, especially one that is built up from smaller elements
a girder