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braced

Strengthened or well interlaced and linked together by bracing.
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Braced and non-braced trials were conducted in supine position, with subject's hands at his sides, on a comfortable firm examining table.
The means and standard deviations of displacement data for braced and nonbraced tests were calculated at 30, 60, 90, 120 and 150 Newton force levels and paired t tests (at 5% level) were used to determine if the results were significantly different.
At 60 degrees knee flexion, the differences of the tibial displacements for non-braced and braced conditions were only significant at 120 N and 150 N (p < 0.
These, braced by a series of steel tendons, taper towards the apex of the roof.
While BREG has braced players of the last five Super Bowl-winning teams, as well as a significant number of Division 1 football players, the company expects the level of professional and collegiate teams using BREG products to grow considerably.
The Engineered Wood Association (APA) has just released a new brochure, Narrow Walls That Work, which provides construction details for site-built, braced walls as narrow as sixteen inches.
Validate the proposed design procedure to the extent possible using laboratory test data on unbraced and braced webs.
The proposed design procedure is limited to 2 by 4 webs braced by a single 2 by 4 centered on the truss web.
The objectives of this research were to: 1) determine the required net lateral restraining force to brace multiple webs or chords in a row braced by one or more continuous lateral braces (CLBs); and 2) develop a methodology for permanent bracing design using a combination of lateral and diagonal braces.
A compression web or chord braced at the center of its span will have an initial column slope of 1/100 above and below the brace [9,17].