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0289 Column Buckling - Floors - Columns
 
0289 Column Buckling - Floors - Columns -

Image Text: Note: the width of a built-up wooden column must be equal to the width of the beam it supports > floor joist > built-up beam > built-up wood column > mason's level > plumb bob > footing > concrete floor slab > gravel > columns may buckle if they are too slender > the taller and more heavily loaded a column is, the more likely it is to buckle > a mason's level or plumb bob can help in identifying and quantifying column buckling or leaning

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