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Last edited 21 Nov 2017
Rolled steel joist (RSJ)
An RSJ is a beam with an ‘I’ or ‘H’-shaped cross-section that comes in a variety of standard sizes. It is a very efficient form for carrying bending and shear loads in the plane of the web (the vertical element).
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