net section

net section

The net or available area of a cross section of a beam after deducting for holes for rivets, bolts, etc.
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Top performer in the net section was Ayesha Hamid of Lahore Gymkhana.
In net section, Ayesha was winner while Syeda Imam Ali Shah of Gymkhana runner-up and Ayesha Moazzam third.
Net section leader in Gold Category is Ghazala Yasmin .Her net aggregate score is 139,and following her at 141 is Ana James Gill of Royal Palm.Placed at net 143,is Arooba Ali of Rawalpindi.
Net section leader is Salman Jehangir at a score of net 142 and sharing his position with Ahmed Jabran.
On August 3, 2018, the Rhode Island Department of Revenue adopted regulation 280-RICR-20-25-15, which provides that Rhode Islands income tax base includes Section 965(a) income and the corresponding Section 965(c) deduction, but the state's DRD does not apply to net Section 965 income if it is received from a unitary foreign corporation or a member of a combined group.
Two more contenders who performed superbly in the net section were Adam Khan and Ali Hameed.
The X-braced shear walls with NSF (net section failure) connection were needed to design in seismic zone.
Net section: 1 Mike Hopkins and Steve Porter (54.8), 2 Jasjeev S Kandhari and Surender S Kandhari (55.2), 3 Manuel Celta and Raul Garrido (55.6), 4 Craig Conklin and Donnie Summer (56), 5 Clint Armstrong and John Prescott (56 c/b).
The safety net section, Daniels adds, is the basis of a financial plan.
* A taxpayer other than a corporation, estate or trust (section 1212(c)) may elect to carry back a "net section 1256 contracts loss" to each of the three taxable years preceding the loss year to offset any net section 1256 contract gain in those years.
Castlefields' three best returns were Nathan Kerrod (20) 67, Will Tolley (15) 69 and Alex Bottomley (17) 72 - earning the net section prize on 208.
The final chapter develops a Monte Carlo simulation for 110mm SDR 11 PE pipe based on craze separation and net section collapse models.