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I need what is the size the glue lam 17' 6" span 24' one st

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I need what is the size the glue lam for open 17' 6" span 24' one st
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Customer: for car port snow area 30 pound
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Customer: i have more information, reaction: LL= 3510 lbs, DL= 3978 lbs, TL=7488 lbs.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Structural Engineering
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 1 year ago.
Hello
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 1 year ago.
I can help
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 1 year ago.
The beam will span 24' supporting 17'-6" framing?
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 1 year ago.
How did you arrive at that loading?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Only have this job, why I need more the one time? can give my the information required, yes,no; cancel my order place, tank you
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 1 year ago.
What? I asked because the losing doesn't make sense. You have a 30 psf live load that doesn't match the actual load given and he dead load is higher. It doesn't make sense
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 1 year ago.

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