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English translation: flange of a box girder

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German term or phrase:Kastengurt
English translation:flange of a box girder
Entered by: Beatrix Read
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17:40 Nov 16, 2006
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German term or phrase: Kastengurt
I am not sure if I can use "tie" in this context. Would appreciate any help! But please only if you really know about the terminology for steel structures. Here is the context:

Der Bogen wird als geschweißter Kastenträger mit einer Konstruktionshöhe von ca. 3000 mm und mit einer
Breite von 800 mm geplant........ Die Kastengurte
sind 40 60 mm stark, .....

Thanks in advance!
Beatrix Read
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flange of a box girder
A box girder consists of two flange plates (Gurte) and two web plates (Stege)
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flange of a box girder

A box girder consists of two flange plates (Gurte) and two web plates (Stege)

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