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exploded view

[ik′splōd·əd ′vyü]
(graphic arts)
A drawing or picture of any article or piece of equipment in which the component parts are separated but so arranged to show their relationship to the whole.

exploded view

A drawing that shows the individual parts of a structure or construction separately, but indicates their proper relationship to each other and to the whole.
See also: Projection drawing

exploded view

A drawing, rendering, or the like showing the individual disassembled components of an apparatus, device, or machine; the parts are shown in their proper relationship with respect to their assembled position.

exploded view

An illustration in which all the elements of an assembly are slightly separated from each other, enabling each element to be viewed independently. Pie charts are a type of business graphic that is also shown in an exploded view, where all pieces of the pie are separated from each other.
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The exploded view at right shows the (from top) hose adaptor; pipe adaptor; pipe (the short section here is for demonstration: it must be long enough to reach the water level in your well); another adaptor; and the foot valve.
CAD, and time saving drawing techniques, the work proceeds through each of the required drawings examining orthographic views, isometric views, perspectives, sections, partials and details, exploded view and phantom views.
The artwork was called Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View.
Parker, who is from Cheshire, is best known for a number of large-scale installations including Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View (1991) and The Maybe (1995), a collaboration with actress Tilda Swinton, who appeared sleeping inside a display case at the Serpentine Gallery.
Certainly, Vladislavic is postcolonial: his first collection of short stories, Missing Persons (1989), was blurbed as a "monument to the transitory" in the "turbulent" dying days of apartheid; The Folly (1993) and the work to which I have already referred might well be termed 'documents of the transition'; The Restless Supermarket (2001) and The Exploded View (2004) are, in their own way, records of new formations in post-apartheid South Africa.
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The bracket when properly installed with one nut and one washer on each side of the bracket as shown in the exploded view in the TM will provide the desired jam nut effect to prevent the nuts from working loose due to vibration.
The final data analysis report is presented in a series of bound hard copy reports as well as on CD at an exploded view of 500:1 scale.
The brochure offers an exploded view of a three-phase, washdown-duty motor with call-out text describing each feature.
An Exploded View followed in 1973 dealing with issues associated with the Troubles in Northern Ireland and more broadly with the victims of war.
Like EDI's three-layer Accuflow system, the new five-layer feedblock has upper and lower bodies (see exploded view in photo), which, when joined, form the flow channel for the multilayer structure.