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castellated

Architecture
1. having turrets and battlements, like a castle
2. having indentations similar to battlements

Castellated

Bearing the external fortification elements of a castle, in particular, battlements, turrets, and crenellated patterns.

castellated

1. Bearing the external fortification elements of a castle, in particular, battlements, turrets, etc.
2. Ornamented with a battlement-like or crenelated pattern.
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For today there are three different methods of calculation of the castellated beams deflections: method based on the theory of composed bars (TCB) [3]; method using the theory of Vierendeel truss [4] and the finite element method (FEM) [5].
Mr Vallarino added: "The castellated cutting system we have devised has the potential to offer operators substantial savings.
To us it looks more like a castellated whitewashed house.
There are many methods to calculate castellated steel beams; however, neither of these methods determines the rational cross-section selection.
Its position, on a lofty perch overlooking pretty countryside four miles from Abbots Bromley, offers spectacular 360-degree views from its square clock tower's castellated roof terrace.
Pass the castellated Chadwick Manor on the left and continue to Old Green Lane coming in from the right.
In cities, however, they commonly lack the same formal sophistication, dressed up as castellated turrets or left as purely utilitarian assemblages.
The story goes that the central castellated tower was built so Lord Holt could watch his liners sailing past Formby Point.
To escape death, Prince Prospero secludes himself and a thousand noblemen in a castellated abbey.
This AD would require replacement of the bolt and self-locking nut on the primary support pin of the main landing gear (MLG) support beam with a new bolt, castellated nut, washer and cotter pin.
Two experimental rotors (a castellated rotor/cap and a rectangular rotor) were initially run to establish degassing parameters that resulted in optimum bubble distribution and minimum vortexing.
Robins expects his SMI's Steel Products plant to be busy once developers and contractors begin using the cellular and castellated beams in more projects.