longitudinal joint

longitudinal joint

Any joint which fastens two pieces along their length.
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Conclusions and accessories on bridges, crossings SDP modifications, drainage repairs, restoration of security features, cracked slabs, cracks, aliasing, disturbances in the longitudinal joint.
The 12m-wide track is only allowed one longitudinal joint - right down the middle - meaning that the Volvo CE pavers are having to lay two, separate 6m-wide passes, side by side.
In addition to placement at a pace matching what could be attained with multiple, large cranes, the gantry scheme enables Kraemer to deliver the new Fox River Bridge with a single longitudinal joint versus three on the original structure.
The researchers found that the transverse flexural capacity of the girder is sufficient, and the capacity of the longitudinal joint exceeded that of the prefabricated deck.
The anticipated absence of longitudinal cracks is due to designing for a longitudinal joint that limits the lane width to 3-7 meters (12 feet) and thus reduces the likelihood of cracking in that direction.
For # 301 Steel Cord Conveyor Belt And Longitudinal Joint Of Steel Cord Conveyor Belt For 20 Mtrs Of Madhuban Coal Washery , Block Ii Area
plate cracks, crevices, aliasing, disturbances in the longitudinal joint.
Tenders are invited for Longitudinal joint of conveyor belt of 2x500mw chp btps.
who inspected the bridge in 2011 as our requisite bridge manager consultant recommends correcting a leaking longitudinal joint to prevent further damage to the bridge.
Then the focus turns to Portland concrete pavement, and such aspects as physical properties of rapid-setting concrete using ultra-fine fly ash, repairing longitudinal joints and cracks, and estimating the compression strength of concrete using shear wave velocity.

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