skeleton frame

skeleton frame

Any framework without its covering or panels.
References in classic literature ?
He is extraordinarily thin and his dress-coat hangs on a skeleton frame.
The structure of the building is a skeleton frame construction with curtain or infills.
Because the hammer utilizes a compact coil spring and doesn't need a skeleton frame to house it like a leaf spring does, the grip "frame" is a simple, sturdy post that juts down and rearward.
For each skeleton frame, a posture feature vector is computed.
Internal building lighting exposes the skeleton frame of the building's circulation and active areas.
And the recent makeover of its four-star, city-centre 163-room Mercure St Paul's Hotel and Spa reflects the greenness with back-lit leaf vein motifs and a table at centre stage in reception with a leaf skeleton frame.
The steel skeleton frame, as opposed to the load-bearing stone walls used for thousands of years, became the new standard upon which tall buildings would be constructed.
The proposed mini-airship architecture uses flexible films expanded by a skeleton frame to form a super lightweight streamline hull and unpressurized gas cells to provide buoyant lift and partial support to the hull.
It consists of a structural skeleton frame, to which owners can attach different composite body panels, changing the look of the car.
Steel-frame construction refers to a technique whereby a building, usually a tall tower, is built by means of a skeleton frame comprising vertical steel columns and horizontal I-beams in a rectangular grid to support the floors, roof and walls, which are all attached to the frame.
With only a skeleton frame on the roof, it may be easier to deliver water to the spent fuel pond to unit 4 from above,'' the Institute for Science and International Security said in a statement.
Her pictures may have been amazing but her real life skeleton frame was wrong in so many ways.