Rigid frame


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rigid frame

[′rij·id ′frām]
(building construction)
A steel skeleton frame in which the end connections of all members are rigid so that the angles they make with each other do not change.

Rigid frame

A structural framework in which all columns and beams are roughly connected; there are no hinged joints, and the angular relationship between beam and column members are maintained under load.

rigid frame

A structural framework in which all columns and beams are rigidly connected; there are no hinged joints and the angular relationship between beam and column members are maintained under load.
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These lorries have an integrated tank on rigid frame with 3 axles and safety accessories including pneumatically operated foot-valves designed to minimize the possibility of leakages.
Tenders are invited for procurement of a wheel loader with rigid frame and telescopic extension with a payload of at least 2.
The reputation of Terex Trucks' rigid frame trucks precedes itself and it's great to have a respected company such as Conco putting our machines to the test," said Dan Meara, regional sales manager, Terex Trucks.
And handling around town on the launch was a delight thanks to a slightly less laid back riding position, the weight down from 222 to 215kg, the front wheel increased an inch to 15in, a more rigid frame, suspension nicely on the firm side and a sweetly linear power delivery.
PHIL Rear Eject Bodies, adaptable to any make and model of articulated off-highway truck as well as a number of rigid frame trucks, can be used as auxiliary feeders, delivering material to a crusher if a primary feeder malfunctions or breaks down.
Bobcat has launched a new range of rigid frame telehandlers for the construction and rental industries, offering a choice of 11 models that cover a wide spread of lifting capacities.
The Active Reliever features a sewn-in integrated semi rigid frame and quick release buckles which make application and removal of the brace easy for patients.
Using a rigid frame, enclosing 16 gas bags and few controls, the airships were vulnerable to fire and explosions, some survived, but many crashed.
5 frame in Northridge earthquake, in below graphs, A represents rigid frame behavior and B represents semi-rigid frame behavior, these curves are selected among different behaviors of frames and to show the importance of examining the hysteretic behavior of frames.
The system is suitable for both horizontal and vertical welds and its rigid frame helps maintain alignment between the X-ray source and the digital line detector.
Soundproofing and a rigid frame means it is quiet and stable, while wind, road and engine noise are hardly there.
Water, hydraulic, and electrical services are attached to a rigid frame precisely matched to the manifold layout, allowing easy installation directly into the mold.