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Donald L. Phillips, Jr., P.E.
 
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Default Designing a steel or wood beam

"Ted Edwards" wrote in message
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How much difference is there in strength between common construction
lumber?


There are various grades of lumber which can vary the maximum stress from
600 psi to 1600 psi - depending on species.

Sincerely,


Donald L. Phillips, Jr., P.E.
Worthington Engineering, Inc.
145 Greenglade Avenue
Worthington, OH 43085-2264


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614.937.0463 voice
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