end distance

end distance

The distance between the end of a timber which is bolted and the center of the nearest bolt hole.
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First: Yuri Plagodir of Ukraine and end distance in two hours, 45 and 56 seconds.
Keywords: Bolt spacing; end distance; load carrying capacity; LVL Sengon; timber joints.
Addressing an open court organized at Canal Rest House Jalalpur Peerwala here on Wednesday, the RPO said that open courts were being organized to end distance between police and public.
If the Flory radius (end to end distance of polymer molecule), Rf, calculated by Flory Huggins theory, is shorter than the distance s between grafting sites, a mushroom like structure is obtained when distance becomes shorter than Rf, the chains are forced to stretch into a brush like configuration (Fig.
Eckelman, The end distance effect of knockdown furniture fasteners on bending moment resistance of corner joints, Acta univ.
x=difference of latitude1 and latitude2 y=difference of longtitude1 and longtitude2 a=centreangle (x,y,latitude1,latitude2) c=greatercircledistance(a) d=R*c //R is Redius of earth return d End Distance. This algorithm describes a, c and d.
5a and 5b), end placement (end distance) in members, and to a limited extent, wood species.
The figure 6 describes the energy consumption of the sensor node with respect to the end to end distance. From the graph it can be said that as the network distance increases the energy consumed by the node also increases.
All of the yellow-poplar (Yp) and southern yellow pine (SYP) specimens had a cross-pipe to member end distance of 5 inches except for one set of SYP specimens.
This study investigates the influence of end distance on the mechanical behavior of wood-dowel or 'pegged' joints, commonly used in traditional mortise-and-tenon joinery.