Eyebar


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eyebar

[′ī‚bär]
(design engineering)
A metal bar having a hole or eye through each enlarged end.

Eyebar

A metal tension member having an enlarged end, and containing a hole used to make a pinned connection to another part of the structure.

eyebar

A bar with an eye at either one end or each end; used as a tension member in a steel truss; a pin passes through the eye, forming a joint.
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An intensive advertising and awareness campaign is currently promoting EyeBar and the company's capsule-form ocular supplement, EyeTabs, which are designed to be easy to swallow.
Virtually all hatchlings manifested maxillary cusps, eyebars, and reddish plastrons (with vermiculations).
In an attempt to restore the truss to its original historic appearance, the firm also advocated removing the channels that were added to strengthen the end posts, verticals, and portals, and removing welds where eyebars come together at pin connections to allow rotation at joints.
Virtually all hatchlings manifested mandibular cusps, eyebars and reddish plastrons (with vermiculations).
4 Clearing and Lubrication Monthly I of eyebars at Anchorages A.