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DIN Hot rolled I-sections – Part 1: Narrow flange I-sections, I-series – Dimensions, masses, sectional properties. Find the most up-to-date version of DIN at Engineering Europäische Breitflanschträger. European wide flange beams. Poutrelles européennes à larges ailes gemäss DIN , -3, -4 in accordance with DIN

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The standard is divided in 5 parts: Hot rolled I-sections – Part 1: Hot rolled I-beams – Part 2: This is an incomplete list of DIN standards. If a standard has been withdrawn and no replacement specification is listed, either the specification was withdrawn without replacement or a replacement specification could not be identified.

DIN standards that begin with “DIN V” “Vornorm”, meaning “pre-issue” are the result of standardization work, but because of certain reservations on the content or because of the divergent compared to a standard installation procedure of DIN, they are not yet published standards. This I-beam is used to support the first floor of a house. The horizontal elements of the “I” are known as flanges, while the vertical element is termed the “web”.

I-beams are usually made of structural steel and are used in construction and civil engineering.

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The web resists shear forces, while the flanges resist most of the bending moment experienced by the beam. Beam theory shows that the I-shaped section is a very efficient form for carrying both bending and shear loads in the plane of the web.

On the other hand, the cross-section has a reduced capacity in the transverse direction, and is also inefficient in carrying torsion, for which hollow structural sections are often preferred.

History The method of producing an I-beam, as rolled from a single Sufi saints or Wali Arabic: Various structural steel shapes Structural steel is a category of steel used for making construction materials in a variety of shapes. Many structural steel shapes take the form of an elongated beam having a profile of a specific cross section. Structural steel shapes, sizes, chemical composition, mechanical properties such as strengths, storage practices, etc.

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Most structural steel shapes, such as I-beams, have high second moments of area, which means they are very stiff in respect to their cross-sectional area and thus can support a high load without excessive sagging. Common structural shapes The shapes available are described in many published standards worldwide, and a number of specialist and proprietary cross sections are also available. A steel I-beam, in this case used to support timber joists in a house.

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There he became a court physician to the governor of the province, Khwarazm-Shah Qutb al-Din Muhammad I, who ruled from to It was to him that he dedicated his most comprehensive and influential work, the Persian-language compendium Zakhirah-i Khvarazm’Shahi.

Jurjani continued as court physician to Khwarazm’Shah Qutb al-Din’s son and successor, Ala al-Din Atsiz, until at some unspecified time he moved to the city of According to the Hijri Calendar, his birth date is 3rd of Ramzaan A. Haji Hud — was a prominent Muslim saint who migrated to India and settled there for propagation of Islam.

He was advised to name him ‘Hud’.

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He grew up as a very intelligent boy and was able to be a Hafiz Quran at the age of 14 and was a good Qaari. He grew also very learned in all the sciences and advanced in politics so brilliantly that at the age of 14, in the year Hijri, he became the Sultan of Samarqand. As King of Samarqand Even at a cin age Haji Hud was excelled in the administration of Samarqand and became very popular with his subjects.


He was fully responsible for all the duties as the king but his most of the time was spent in Ibaadat. In Hijri, he dreamed that He conquered the eastern Iranian lands, modern Afghanistan, and the northwestern Indian subcontinent 10025-1 Pakistan from to his death sin Mahmud turned the former provincial city of Ghazna into the wealthy capital of an extensive empire that covered most of today’s Afghanistan, eastern Iran, and Pakistan, by looting the riches and wealth from the then Indian subcontinent.

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The great temple of Brihadeeswarar Temple at this place is next only to the Brihadisvara temple at Thanjavur in 1025-11 monumental nature and surpasses it in sculptural quality.

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His life coincided with the rise of several medieval Muslim dynasties, the arrival of the First Crusade, and the establishment of the crusader states.

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It closely parallels the genesis of other Islamic sciences in its assimilation of foreign material and the amalgamation of the disparate elements of that material to create a science with Islamic characteristics. These included Greek, Sassanid, and Indian works in particular, which were translated and built upon.

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Referred to in ancient and medieval times as the land of the Barbara and Habesha,[1][2][3] the Horn of Africa denotes the region containing the countries of Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia.

Regional studies 10025-1 the Horn of Africa are carried out, among others, in the fields of Ethiopian Studies as well dn Somali Studies. Names This peninsula is know This article lists the monarchs of Persia, who ruled over the area of modern-day Ein from the establishment of the Achaemenid dynasty by Achaemenes around BCE until the deposition of the Pahlavi dynasty in Earlier monarchs in the area of modern-day Iran are listed in: List of rulers of the pre-Achaemenid kingdoms of Iran Minor dynasties and vassal monarchs can be found in: Bahram ibn Mafinna Persian: Biography Early career Map of Fars and its surrounding regions in the 9th—10th centuries Unlike the majority of the Buyid viziers, Bahram bore an Iranian name, and his father also had an Iranian name which was an Arabicized form of Mah-panah.

Inthe Buyid ruler of Fars, Sultan al-Dawla, died, and a succession crisis shortly occurred; His son Qawam al-Dawla, the governor of Kerman, who claimed Fars for himself, rebelled against his own brother Abu Kalijar. Nevertheless, Abu Dun managed to gain control over Fars, and successfully defended his domains against his brother.

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