Cantilevered


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Cantilevered

Refers to forms that have rigid structural members or surfaces that project significantly beyond their vertical support.
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Making that concept work in practice, however, rested upon the design and engineering expertise of the CCL team to ensure that the cantilevered sections of the building could support the weight of subsequent floors both during construction and for the lifespan of the building.
As the screw is tightened, the cantilevered section clamps the shaft securely
The translucent glass channels of the north facade, understood conceptually as folded planes, are punctured by operable windows held in steel frames cantilevered from the floor.
A favorite restaurant on the southwest quad had been destroyed during the temblor, and returning teachers, students and administrators found solace in the white cantilevered truck with its varied menu and friendly faces.
This now has a cantilevered shaft too, offering significantly improved hygiene and cleanability.
Cantilevered off the wall's yard side is a steel catwalk that functions as a sort of gangplank balcony off the master bedroom on the second floor of the house.
NEB personnel knew that post-reinforced concrete would be unable to withstand the loads that high winds would impose on the design's cantilevered wings.
The cantilevered side galleries each focus on a single theme, from jewellery to carpets.
The samples can be mounted using any of the standard deformation modes (clamps) used for traditional DMA experiments including cantilevered bending, shear, tension, compression or three-point bending.
for cantilevered idler rolls with face widths of 8 to 14 in.
Cantilevered design allows the beating and seals at the non-drive end to be eliminated.
Changeover from one coating method to another is easily achieved through the operator controls, while the cantilevered system can be used to laminate a range of tension sensitive film and nonwovens with a speed range of 1200 FPM.