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Brit informal an unemployment or income support payment by giro cheque, posted fortnightly
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Both the value of annuity income streams and structured direct withdrawals will be diminished over time by inflation.
This finding might suggest that a furniture frame would be much stronger if it is constructed as glued joints being subjected to lateral loads instead of direct withdrawal loads.
Direct withdrawal and head pull-through performance of nails and staples in structural wood-based panel materials.
A study of the bending moment capacity of T-type two-pin dowel joints (Eckelman 1971) indicated that the ultimate bending moment capacity (M) of the joint could be estimated by means of the expression M = F X d, where F = the ultimate direct withdrawal force of a single dowel and d = the distance between resultant compression and tension forces vectors.
Staple leg direct withdrawal and tension failures are typical failure modes encountered in furniture performance tests.
where F = ultimate direct withdrawal strength of a single dowel: d = distance between resultant compression and tension forces vectors, which is defined by the expression d = [d.sub.1] + [d.sub.2]/2, where [d.sub.1] = dowel spacing and [d.sub.2] = distance from the longitudinal axis of one of the dowels to the edge of the rail nearest it (Eckelman 1971).
1b) referred to the direct withdrawal load applied to a specimen in the direction perpendicular to the fastening member surface.
To study direct withdrawal strength and stiffness of single dowel joints in solid wood, Eckelman (1969) tested end-to-side-grain and end-to-end-grain joints.
(3) investigated the direct withdrawal strength of staples and nails in structural wood-based panels such as oriented strandboard (OSB) and plywood.
This study investigated the effects of staple penetration depth and withdrawal direction, and wood density on the resistance of southern yellow pine (SYP) to direct withdrawal of a single staple.
Test results indicate that the number of staples positively affected the joint direct withdrawal strength.