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Raised aisle truss

A Raised aisle truss has a complete aisled structure standing on a tiebeam. It has been suggested that this term should only be used when the truss has a Dropped tiebeam (Walker, 2011, 36), contrasted to a Queen-post truss with a standard tiebeam, but this is not generally agreed.

Compare drawings Aisle B and C

see also Dropped tiebeam

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1 - Aisled Construction

1 - Aisled Construction

B) Raised-aisle truss on a tiebeam C) Raised aisle truss on a dropped tiebeam

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