Definition of Flitched
1. flitch [v] - See also: flitch
Lexicographical Neighbors of Flitched
flitched (current term)
Literary usage of Flitched
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mechanics of Materials by Mansfield Merriman (1914)
"flitched BEAMS A 'flitched beam' is one made of timber with metal plates upon its sides, these being held in place by bolts passing through the timber; ..."
2. Mechanics of Materials by Mansfield Merriman (1905)
"flitched BEAMS A 'flitched beam' is one made of timber with metal plates upon its sides, these being held in ..."
3. The Practical Designing of Structural Ironwork by Henry Adams (1894)
"REQUIRED a flitched beam of Quebec oak, to carry a distributed dead load of half ... A flitched or sandwich beam generally consists of two pieces of timber ..."
4. Theory and Practice in Designing by Henry Adams (1911)
"CHAPTER II TRANSVERSE STRENGTH OF TIMBER — SAFE LOADS ON FLOORS — DESIGNING flitched BEAMS THE formula given in the previous chapter, and any similar ..."
5. Bridge Engineering by John Alexander Low Waddell (1916)
"To join planks in order to make such a beam. flitched Beam.—See "Beam. ... flitched Plate.—See "Plate." Floated Surface.—A surface made on cement or ..."