S-shape


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S-shape

A standard, structural, hot-rolled steel shape of a specified category, designated by the prefix S placed before the size of the member.
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The amplitude of the wrinkle decreases with the decreasing of the diameter-thick ratio, and the curve shape of the pipeline changes from S-shape to Z-shape.
Studies that established a U-shaped curve (Capar/Kotabe 2003, Ruigrok/ Wagner 2003) and an S-shape (Contractor et al.
Asbury Park is not a skatepark pool, even though its perfect s-shape seems like it was made to be skated.
The site, an angular S-shape, stretches across the mountain from the museum on the west to the laboratory on the east.
The clumsy kid from the West Midland Safari Park, Worcestershire, has a crook in her neck and wobbles around in a permanent S-shape.
The assumption on the part of the analysts, he said, was that the Iraqis had begun to store chemical weapons in unusual S-shape bunkers.
City Creek begins at the northeast corner of City Creek Center and meanders in an S-shape across the property, ending at the southwest end.
After the previous season the wall enclosed an area of around 20 x 10 metres, but this season it has turned back on itself to form an S-shape .
To avoid this, patients would be anaesthetised and an S-shape strip of tissue would be removed from the inner ear flap, allowing the blood to drain.
Keep the natural S-shape curve of your spine in Barker and Stonehouse's Ekornes Stressless chairs, which have smooth tension controlled reclining actions and height adjustable headrest, pounds 1,259 with stool.