|French to English translations [PRO]|
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
|French term or phrase: longrine|
|longrines arrières des portiques de quai et longrines pour les portiques ferroviaires.|
I have found "longitudinal beams" and "bridges" but really am out of my depth
|Local time: 14:36|
The coping/capping beam atop the quay wall (see other question) usually doubles as forward crane beam (supporting rails), and the rear crane beam needs special foundations of its own.
You could also say "ground beams for cranes", but it's a bit longwinded
Quay wall capping beam;. • Rear crane beam;. • Paving and miscellaneous;.
• Buildings; and. • Site demobilisation. ...
higher capacity quay. cranes with outreaches for vessels 17.
boxes wide. Trends in container ... the rear crane beam supported on an ...
Reconstructing 150m of stepped dry dock wall to provide quay, ... A reinforced
concrete crane beam was constructed along one side of the paved area, ...
Pile rear crane beam foundations (Phase 2) ... The impact from construction
noise, particularly during the quay wall piling ...
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Local time: 15:36
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