channel section


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channel

channel, 1
1. A structural or rolled steel shape used in steel construction.
2. A decorative groove, in carpentry or masonry.
3. An enclosure containing the ballast, starter, lamp holders, and wiring for a fluorescent lamp, or a similar enclosure on which filament lamps (usually tubular) are mounted.
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Sets of channel sections of the base frame were modelled with shell99, assuming the location of the nodes on the external surface of the element (Fig 4).
Result of peak longitudinal strains by general and specific analysis in RF of U channel section Peak Long.
when the design of four parts--such as Laval pipe section, rotatable outer shell, narrow orbicular channel section, and gyrators section--is logical, it is suitable for the preparation of microencapsulated particles by RESS.
Flumes are stable, specially shaped channel sections that cause flow to pass through well-defined configurations.
Stiffened by being bent into a channel section, the blades accommodate the glazing that sits between each blade, each glass strip being subtly inclined as ascending panes are overlapped and sealed with a simple bead; a highly inventive, yet deceptively simple integrated solution, bolted to vertical 36mm square hollow sections that span between concrete slabs.
Gaming solutions provider Gamesys has deployed an instant win games area in the Games Channel section of Thisislondon.
This channel section was unwrapped, and heat transfer between the melt pool and the solids bed was calculated.
They conducted a field investigation to verify that tile drainage made no contribution to channel flow within the chosen channel section.
As a big female bow heads toward a big rock in the main channel section of the river, I palm the reel to apply some brake and manage to turn the fish away from the rock.
A local Cartesian fr ame ([xi],[eta],[zeta]) is used to describe the kinematics at any channel section.
They agreed to cover the rests of applicable assessments for properties that had already been developed as well as right-of-way costs associated with the new channel section.
Another AAIB investigator Christopher Protheroe told how the type of damage caused to an aluminium channel section of the plane was completely unlike anything he would normally expect to see after an air accident.