T-BEAM


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T-BEAMTask-Based Exposure Assessment Model (NIOSH)
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9-71 Water 126-261 Steel fibres 40-250 TABLE 4: Properties of RC T-beam and slab strengthened by UHPFRC-CFRP system [29, 30].
The predicted mode shapes of the first three modes of the T-beam system for the case of thin and thick secondary beams are shown in Figures 13 and 14, respectively.
The bridge carrying State Route 92 over Noonday Creek in Cherokee County was built in 1962 and was originally 26 feet wide by 160 feet long with five 32-foot long reinforced concrete T-beam spans.
The new SSR swiveling servo picker from Ranger Automation Systems Inc., Shrewsbury, Mass., acts like a T-beam robot due to its ability to swing 180[degrees] from one side to another without any mechanical change over.
This post-tensioned modular T-beam bridge is 222 ft long and 36 ft wide with a 7-in.
Options include a T-beam for delivery to either side of the press.