need more info. Don't know it is that you want for sure. A load bearing beam is any beam that supports weight bearing down or suspended from it. The name says it all. Need to know exactly what it is you want to know
A 'beam style' torque wrench.
The primary function of a beam in civil engineering is as a load bearing member of a structure.
That depends on what the beam is supporting above. Ideally 150mm bearing is the minimum. I have seen as little as 50mm! But any engineer would frown upon this.
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you have to change the beam to another one that could be hollow and most likely change it to a triangle beam because it is the strongest shape
With a span of only 8" you can probably use a wood beam, but without a set of plans no one can accurately answer your question.
With some applications, yes. The beam type is best for pinion preload. The click type is best in tight places. Also, never had to recalibrate a beam type.
You need at least 50 square inches of bearing (at least 2x6 wall for a 10" wide beam). You also have to make sure to have proper pad below and enough studs (of filled cells) in the wall to accomodate the load.
Not sure why you need a beam that bears no load. You can go 22'. Beyond that it needs to be broken down to shorter lengths.
If I am reading the question correctly, a load bearing wall was removed and replaced with a beam? Clear span, no post in the middle? If cracks are appearing, the beam that was used was not big enough. For any space of 8 feet or more, 2x12 and plywood should be used for the beam or an engineered truss used.