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Dreigelenkstabzugbinder

English translation: three-hinged arch roof truss

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13:38 Mar 9, 2008
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
German term or phrase: Dreigelenkstabzugbinder
construction of halls.
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Julia Leifeld
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:32
English translation:three-hinged arch roof truss
Explanation:
literally
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three-hinged arch roof truss


Explanation:
literally

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agree  Richard Stephen: agree
15 mins

disagree  Kim Metzger: Why "arched"? http://www.grossmann-bau.de/frameset.htm?/Holzleimbau/Refere... http://media.wiley.com/product_data/excerpt/98/04708446/0470... /I'd be happy to agree if you removed the "arch".
22 mins
  -> I wrote "arch", not "arched", and it can have several different shapes - you would need a drawing to pinpoint the exact type. And "Stabzug" is another word for "Fachwerk" (truss). If there is a tie-rod (very likely) it is not included in the term.

agree  David Moore: "Three-pinned" may be better - we wouldn't want a hinged roof over our heads, would we?
22 mins
  -> "Pins" (large diameter steel bolts) are not used any more in these structures, and to get technical, a "hinge" is a splice that can transmit axial and shear forces but no (bending) moments.
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