Need more information. What is the span (the distance from each wall the roff will be resting on) what is the pitch of the roof.
This question's relevance does not mention size, span, eave overhang pitch nor complexity of the job.
Your question cannot be answered as it depends on what the beams load is... porch roof support vs a beam which will support a second story living area and a roof.
Cell spacing specifies the size of the gap between cells in a html table.
This question makes no sense. A 90 lb load per sq. ft. refers to an area. To calculate the stresses on beams supporting an area you have to know the spacing between adjacent beams as well as the span. p.s. This qn when fixed belongs in mechanical engineering.
Big bricks. High beams. Low beams. Color. Size.
9006 for low beams and 9005 for high beams
it depends on the size of the shed
No, the lug size, spacing and back spacing will be different.
24 piers and 3 big beams
that is determined by a few factors. the size and spacing of the roofing members, and also the pitch of the roof. there are standard and accepted calculations in the industry and can most likely be found at a local building supply or library.
The low beams use 9006 and the high beams use 9005.
hi, that's a really good question what i think the answer is the three beams are different in size