longitudinal frame

longitudinal frame

[‚län·jə′tüd·ən·əl ′frām]
(naval architecture)
Any of the frames of a ship running fore and aft.
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They teach, without any concomitant quality, all the 'ins and outs' of setting up a business and operate it on a longitudinal frame of time.
It details the historical development of the research and its place in the context of temporal studies; how theoretical understanding of time can be used in empirical studies and how the life course can be understood through different temporal registers; how time can be used to build the longitudinal frame for a study and determine a sampling strategy; how to recruit participants, maintain contact, and re-trace participants over time frames, as well as ethical aspects; tools and techniques used to generate and analyze temporal data; and the strengths and challenges of qualitative longitudinal research.
And speaking of the structure, the vehicle features an integrated steel ladder H-frame with single-piece longitudinal frame rails.
The hydraulic installation (16) is placed behind the longitudinal frame, in the engine, pump, and command and monitoring device for the correct usage of installation.
The strengths of the book are its longitudinal frame and its stark extended ethnographic depiction of the daily lives of the poor white elderly in Rosedale.
While a longitudinal frame of reference is paramount, so too are guiding principles to ensure that interventions are planned to enable and ntegrate rather than handicap and segregate people with disabilities.
However, there are design modifications, as well, such as the positioning of the redesigned longitudinal frame rails so that they are above the floor pan rather than below it, which not only improves crash performance, but also provides an aero benefit.
(The Explorer frame picked up on an engineering design feature used for the Ford F-150 pickup, with the cross beams passing through the longitudinal frame rails.
The body structure uses ultra-high strength steel in the inner rockers, longitudinal frame rails, the lower cross-car rails in the main passenger compartment, B-pillar, and the roof rail from the A-pillar to the C-pillar.

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