column side

column side

In a form for a concrete column, one of the vertical panels.
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As shown in Figure 1c, the authors first drilled a hole with a diameter of 24 mm from the laminated column side and inserted the deformed bar so that it embedded the laminated beam.
A dial indicator is fixed on the foundation beam to measure the foundation horizontal displacement, two rod displacement meters attached the top of the column side, take the difference between the mean displacement at the top and bottom of the beam as the final column displacement under horizontal loading.
Based on electrical field characteristic that the column tip has a larger current density compared to the column side the tip size decreased with electropolishing time increased.
Truth be told, the column side of me has felt like an alter ego.
Hitachi Seiki USA Inc, Itasca, IL, introduced its HK630 HMC with X axis on the column side and two axes on the table side meaning less axis movement for automatic tool and pallet changers.
(Thornton noted that the "Ziggy" property helped AMP launch its products into non-bookstore outlets.) On the column side, The Best of Dear Abby was AMP's first New York Times bestseller in 1981, and the company has also done well with books by Chicago Sun-Times movie critic Roger Ebert.