cross joint

cross joint

[′krȯs ‚jȯint]
(geology)
A fracture in igneous rock perpendicular to the lineation caused by flow magma. Also known as transverse joint.

head joint, cross joint

The vertical mortar joint between ends of masonry units.
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Cargin's Michael McCann claimed he was bitten during the game, a charge that Cross joint boss Oisin McConville denied after putting it to his players.
countries to use smart ID cards instead of passports to cross joint borders,
To create the most dramatic street presence for the building, STUDIOS Architecture, a San Francisco based international design firm with offices in New York, in collaboration with Dan Shannon of Moed de Armas & Shannon, maximized the use of both an insulated clear glass curtain wall and cross joint supported steel beams throughout the structure, while creating an 80 foot high interior atrium on Broadway.
Six first aiders from the Red Cross joint Warwickshire and West Midlands team have won through area heats and national finals to be chosen for the European finals in the Austrian city of Linz.
Cross joint managers John McEntee and Oisin McConville were impressed by how Bentley adapted to the game and felt that, with two months of training, he could be a fully functional Gaelic footballer.
Tenders are invited for Belt splicing - cross joint of conveyor belting of 1200mm n-n rubber belting by cold vulcanizing process at rajmahal chp.
Air Reservoir, C2 Relay Valve, Sa9, Nrv Control Vale, Carden Shaft, Cross Joint, Water Pump, Driving System And Rectification Of Pneumatic Circuit Of Loco Motive No.
Tenders are invited for Belt splicing cross joint of conveyor belting of 1200mm n-n rubber belting by cold vulcanizing process at rajmahal chp.
M-308101 Cross Joint Qty: 10 No 2)Work Coil Assembly M 311401 Straight Joint.
The economic implication of these geometries as observed from the bed-eggcube model is that the joints do not intersect at any point in the sub-surface and as such no significant input to the fluid conductivity (permeability) through the joints; where present Intersection geometries may entail cross Joints and T- joints which will aid the free flow of fluid through the joints.
This can be explained by the fact that parallel-parallel plywood joints failed mainly due to bonding surface glue breakage, while cross joints failed mainly because wood pieces tore off from cross grain members.
The primary joint system is of two chief directions: cross joints (Q) NE-SW (20[degrees]-30[degrees]) and longitudinal joints (S) NW-SE (120[degrees]-130[degrees]) (Fig.