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0304 Beam Bearing Simple Versus Continuous Beams - Floors - Beams
 
0304 Beam Bearing Simple Versus Continuous Beams - Floors - Beams -

Image Text: Continuous steel beam > 4 inch minimum > with a continuous steel beam, the bearing plate on top of the column has to be at least 4 inches long (and as wide as the beam) > continuous steel beam > column > simple steel beam > 3.25 inch minimum > with a simple steel beam, the bearing plate on top of the column has to provide at least 3.25 inch bearing for the ends of both beams resting on it (the bearing plate must also be as wide as the beam) > simple steel beam > column

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