gross section

gross section

Of a structural member, the total area of the cross section, making no deductions for holes within the cross section.
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In the gross section of Seniors, a very accomplished player of the national golf scene of the past, Imran Ahmed, showed his prowess and succeeded in carding a round of gross 76.
Ladies Captain Stacey Thomas won the women's gross section with a score of 99 while Dana Whitely came first in the nett category with a score of 90 nett.
Where, s 1 and s 2 were the top and bottom fiber stresses, P i was the initial restressing force; A was the cross sectional area; e was the eccentricity of centroid of prestressing steel with respect to centroid of the gross section; I x was the moment of inertia; C t and C b were the distance from the entroid of gross section to top and bottom fibers, respectively.
The gross section winner was Ahmed Baig with an aggregate gross score of 220.
Gross section of the mass show multiple areas of caseation necrosis with stricture at the intestinal boarder (Fig.
For each element, the geometrical properties of the gross section were introduced.
Histopathology on gross section showed a grey-whie mass with focal myxoid areas.
Wieser won the gentlemen's gross section with a score of 73.
Drilling samples and logs confirmed that the well encountered a 310 foot gross section of the target Mississippi Lime interval with oil shows.
In 2008, the well was originally drilled in the Arous Al-Bahar prospect and encountered hydrocarbons in several intervals with a combined gross section of around 500 feet.
The consolation for Williams, fromthe Castle Royle club in Berkshire, was winning the Under-15 boys' gross section, while Celtic Manor's own Ryan Haskell used his local knowledge to take the Under-15 nett prize with a 66 once his handicap of 11 had been deducted.
The winner in the Official Handicap Gross section was Adam Owen, from Croxteth Park - also a member of Kirkby - with a gross 76.