The thin, sharp part of a colter.
A plate or thin portion, continuous or perforated, connecting stiffening ribs or flanges, or other parts of an object.
The thin vertical plate or portion connecting the upper and lower flanges of an lower flanges of an iron girder, rolled beam, or railroad rail.
It is the inside member of the "I" configuration that connects and aligns the top and bottom flanges in an engineered I-joist. It is usually made of plywood or structural wood panels (see Web Stock).
The vertical element of a wood I-Joist that is made of plywood or OSB. The web joins the top and bottom flanges of the I-Joist and transmits shear forces.
The portion of a truss or girder between and connecting the flanges, its function being principally to resist shear.
The vertical between the flanges portion of a frame siderail or a crossmember.
The center portion of a beam between the top and the bottom of the flanges.
The portion of a truss or beam between the flanges. Its office is principally to resist shear.
the wider plate-like section of a beam or frame
The thin section of metal remaining at bottom of a cavity or depression in a forging. The web may be removed by piercing or machining.
(1) A single thickness of foil as it leaves the rolling mill. (2) A connecting element between ribs, flanges, or bosses on shapes and forgings.
central part of a section, a beam, connecting both flanges in a perpendicular plan to these.
internal, diagonal brace between chords in truss.
The central portion of the body that joins the lands. The extreme end of the web forms the chisel edge on a two-flute drill.
The system of members connecting the top and bottom chords of a truss. Or the vertical portion of an I-beam or girder.
A thin strip of metal joining two thicker strips. Examples include the narrow central section of bullhead rail or the central section of fluted coupling and connecting rods.
The cross wall connecting the face shells of a hollow concrete masonry unit.
That portion of a structural member between the flanges.
The portion of a beam located between and connected to the flanges.
A narrow strip, which connects the part to the skeleton or adjoining part. The center, along the axis, of a twist drill. Any narrow section of a die connecting one section to another.
1. The thin central vertical portion of an I-beam, which connects the top and bottom sections which are the flanges. 2. The cross section wall that connects the face shells of a hollow concrete masonry wall.
The portion of a hollow concrete masonry unit connecting the face shells.