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I will answer your question with a question.  Could you not specify a
heavier section that would not require camber at all?  For a 32' span, a
small increase in material weight may eliminate the problem in it's
entirety.

Paul Feather
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrea Morelli" <a_more(--nospam--at)penteres.it>
To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2001 9:07 AM
Subject: camber


> good morning folks,
>
> anyone knows a reliable method to camber a beam which has to be
> hot-dip-galvanized? that is, you know, the beam should retain the camber
> after the zinc-process...
> (beam is "many beams", actually and obviously, and is/are one piece cut,
no
> welded/built up section; span is around 9600 mm (31-32'), camber should be
> around 25 mm (1"))
>
> thank you in advance,
> andrea
>
>
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