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        Q: How do you encase steel beams in concrete?
A: A steel beam 's a long piece of metal ( steel ) , which is generally in the forms of an `` H '' , but which comes just a range of thicknesses , lengths , and W/F ( weight per foot ) .. Also - `` W '' stood for Wide Flange '' as opposite to an `` I '' beam which 's what you is typically think of when speaking about steel beams . Wide flange has wideer flanges , more resembling a square than a rectangle . A 8 x 48 # broader flange beam has a 8.1117 '' flange , x 8.5 '' teveryone and is 48lbs per foot . 

Q: 1998 Sienna High beam works, Low beams don't. Not the bulb.?
A: Replace your dimmer switching and this should fix your problem Or both bulbs could be bad 

Q: A, H and I beam connecting rods?
A: There 's no default answering to the H-beam vs. I-beam question . You could be comparing 5140 H-beams to 4340 billet I-beams . H-beams is also possible slightly stronger if you 're comparing the same materials , but they generally have broader beams , which are able create clearance issuing ( not likely in a 355 ) and they 're also generally heavier .