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embedment

A steel component which is cast in concrete and used to transmit externally applied loads to the concrete structure.
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Thinning, roughness, darkness, and degeneration of the acetabular cartilage were observed at sites of tissue embedment in all 15 patients after excision of tissue from hip joints.
The aim of this research is to develop the analytical mathematical method of studying of an intense-strained state of infinite plate with cross-shaped embedment at a bend.
There is evidence that partial embedment of plates does not decrease the effectiveness of load transfer when gaps are less than 1/32 inch (Street 2010).
18] proposed a RDH method using Delaunay triangulation and selective embedment.
where U and V are the foundation's top horizontal and vertical displacements, respectively, and are dependent on the depth of embedment H and the spring's displacements:
Influence of root embedment material and periodontal ligament simulation on fracture resistance tests.
Therefore, it is important to understand the proper embedment length of the longitudinal reinforcement considering the interface behavior between the infilled concrete and the steel casing in the CISS pile.
Those topics include: (1) embedment length, (2) pullout check, (3) eccentricity, (4) lateral pressures, (5) the equation for soil geosynthetic capacity for bearing resistance and required reinforcement strength, and (6) long-term geosynthetic reduction factors.
The embedment of the anchor-bolts is kept constant for a specific bolt size.
He arrived from Australia after a monthlong embedment with the Australian army.
Harry is currently in Australia on a monthlong embedment with the Australian army.
Major complications associated with neglected ring pessaries, such as fistulas (vesicovaginal, rectovaginal), vaginal vault perforation, pessary incarceration, urosepsis and pessary entrapment/ embedment, are well noted in the literature.