long span

long span

[′lȯŋ ¦span]
(engineering)
Span of open wire exceeding 250 feet (76 meters) in length.
References in classic literature ?
But now you have honoured me not even a little, though you ordained me to have a long span of life, and to live through seven generations of mortal kind.
Alexander and the superintendent picked their way out slowly over the long span.
T-4 project will play pivotal role in balancing energy mix of the country and stabilizing prices of electricity for a long span in future with an attractive Economic Rate of Return of more than 30% and annual cost sale of US$: 300 million to national exchequer.
The research team from JICA arrived in Southern Leyte on February 12 to begin their study on the long span bridges, Junia said.
At the recent Structural Awards presented by the Institution of Structural Engineers the Award for Long Span Structures was awarded to the impressive San Mames football stadium in Bilbao, Spain.
Dr Robin Sham, global long span and speciality bridges director, Aecom, said: "Bridges connect people and places, both physically and emotionally.
One of the biggest problems is the long span lengths between utility poles.
Composite long span couplings for cooling tower and vertical pump drives, printing and converting machinery.
Typical applications include guiding passengers during tarmac boarding and deplaning, airplane/bus/cruise ship loading, closing parking lots, guarding large machinery, warehouse maintenance and other long span requirements.
The complexity of this coolant collector casting is unique to the customer and presented a design challenge of maintaining core position and wall thickness given the long span between core prints.
Discovery, which took its maiden voyage in 1984, is the oldest of the retired space shuttles, having made 39 journeys into space over its long span of service.
The guide for jobsite safety and truss performance, which replaces BCSI 1-03, now includes information on hoisting and placement of truss bundles, long span truss installation, and hip set assembly and bracing.