Tube structure

Tube structure

Structural system for a tall building which considers the columns and spandrels on the facade as forming a pierced tube that is cantilevered from the ground.
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org/public/teles-instr/elt/) the telescope mounting and tube structure.
Honda uses a fuel tube structure consisting of a metal fuel tube in the long under-floor section with short resin tubes joined to both ends.
Contract awarded for Making of three awnings, size 10x20 feet with round tube structure 1 "1/4 inch and steel base with 1/4 rotulacion.
This tall building has an exterior-braced frame tube structure.
The gauges pivot with the steering wheel, all controls are within reach and a beefy tube structure keeps occupants safe.
cholerae lacking one of the proteins that makes up the tube structure.
Special moulds were used to cautiously produce the tube structure, including the tiny fingerlike projections found in real intestine lining called "villi.
3mm to achieve a 40% weight reduction and retain the necessary thickness at joints for welding, optimising the tube structure for the greatest possible net gain.
1992) and the related hyolithelminth Torellella (Vinn 2006c) have been interpreted as cnidarians on the basis of their tube structure.
cuprea, such as Florida, this variance in tube structure might be one of many factors (such as overall lower densities; see Ban and Nelson, 1987) limiting the formation of distinct tube-associated assemblages.
I realized that the key was to place the whole tube structure in compression," he explains, "to squeeze the mirror box and secondary cage together.