Tube structure

Tube structure

Structural system for a tall building which considers the columns and spandrels on the facade as forming a pierced tube that is cantilevered from the ground.
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Warner began his career repairing the fabric, wood and steel tube structure of a damaged Waco aircraft that went through the ice near Carcross.
A hose is a flexible hollow tube structure designated to carry fluids from one location to another.
Summary: A hose is a flexible hollow tube structure designated to carry fluids from one location to another.
diam.) for heart and brain catheters; multi-lumen structures for diagnostic, interventional, and therapeutic uses; and complex bump profiles--all while meeting tight tolerances for tube structure and material properties.
Also, the use of the two-tailed current sources and the self-excited tube structure and their impact on the increase of the oscillation frequency and the voltage swing at the output are examined.
The megabraced frame-core tube structure has been widely used in super-high-rise buildings.
a certain number of vacancies are created on the tube structure and then the system is allowed to take the next 3000 MD steps to reach its new modified equilibrium state.
A significant 60 percent of that, or 3,000 tons, will be the weight of the total moving mass inside the dome, which will include (http://www.eso.org/public/teles-instr/elt/) the telescope mounting and tube structure.
Figure 14 demonstrates one example of vertical vortex tube structure from a rain-cell in one of the collected events.
The lamellar microstructure of the studied tubes presumably represents the original tube structure. It is possible that the laminae were better developed before the fossilization and that tube microstrucure has somewhat homogenized during diagenesis.
Honda uses a fuel tube structure consisting of a metal fuel tube in the long under-floor section with short resin tubes joined to both ends.