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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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By combining the embedment lengths in the laminated beam with these types of adhesive, the authors created four series of joint specimens; El-400, embedment length of 400 mm into the laminated beam and El adhesive; El-450, embedment length of 450 mm and El adhesive; E2-400, embedment length of 400 mm and E2 adhesive; and E2-450, embedment length of 450 mm and E2 adhesive.
Finally, embedment may occur during placement and result in transmural migration and perforation.
This is accompanied by an embedment phenomenon of proppant grains embed into the reservoir rock.
It can be seen that, with each incremental increase of the embedment depth, the relative increase in bearing capacity of the inflation anchor is gradually reduced.
In this study, lateral resistance of guardrail posts near a slope is investigated under quasi-static and dynamic loadings with respect to several parameters including embedment length, ground inclination, and embedment location of posts.
Whereas in three vertical locations Yu has been selected the first one located at the same level of mid of embedment depth, the second location at the level of end of sheet pile, and the last location, Yu=400mm, is selected to be far from the end nearly two-thirds of the embedment depth.
Researchers have carried out relevant experimental research on fracture conductivity of coal rock, in terms of proppant embedment, crushing and wall compaction, and the damage of fracture fluid residue to fracture conductivity.
Chairing a consultative meeting on the launch of Children Entertainment Channel here, she asked PTV to submit a detailed and comprehensive time-wise plan for the embedment of children content in the running PTV channels.
Up to 10 categories are open for nomination, and these include Best use of BIM for Construction Sequencing; Best use of BIM for use of Embedded Data Best use of BIM for Health & Safety; Best use of BIM for Costing and Material Take-off; Best Embedment of BIM into Contracts; Best Virtual Reality BIM; Best use of BIM for Sustainability; Best use of BIM to enhance Model Coordination; Best BIM project for Subcontractor Engagement; and, Best overall BIM Project.
As presented in Figure 3, the input variables are the equivalent anchor diameter ([D.sub.eq]), embedment depth (L), average cone resistance ([q.sub.c]) along the embedment depth, average sleeve friction ([f.sub.s]) along the embedment depth, and installation technique (IT) and the anchor pullout capacity, (Q), is the output.
In modern-day construction, post-installed anchors like fischer's are gaining more popularity because of flexibility at site and reduced risk for errors and reduced embedment depths.