I like how Macchi makes an I-beam do the one thing it is absolutely meant not to do: bend.
He stood at last, quivering, leaning against a gigantic I-beam that supported a heavy-casting freightway.
Wyman collapsed into the bay of the I-beam as if he'd been kicked in the stomach.
With two of them straddling the I-beam, the leverage was great enough to pull the plate out.
I-beam was carried by an outside wall pier and three I-beam columns encased in concrete.
The other end of the crane in this case is supported by an I-beam on a row of iron columns.
Get an I-beam, say about twenty feet long, and see if you can't help lift that crazy mass.
This is essentially a steel I-beam (A) which grips the logs so that they will not slip.
Again the I-beam and handling machine were brought into play, and the plate was unloaded from the car.
The primary bent consists of four I-beam post bents having channel chords, the whole braced together rigidly by angles.