peak joint

peak joint

At the ridge of a roof, the joint between members of a roof truss. (See illustration p. 710.)
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Each peak joint moment and its variation are listed in Table 2; the peak joint moments at the shoulder, elbow, and wrist joints occurred in sequence (Figure 2).
Subjects' peak joint angles and overall ranges of motion of the leading (e.
The 95th percentile male recorded the highest peak joint torque values for the three joints.
Table 3 Mean (SD) Peak Joint Forces (BW) Sequence Flaps Cramprolls Pullbacks Ankle Post [right arrow] Ant 0.
The study found that collagen deficient mice chose movements that limited peak joint forces and behaviours that reduced pain sensations.
Glenn Elmore observed from the west edge of Santa Rosa: "We began at 10:45 UT with three of us observing different sections of the sky; our peak joint counting was 39 in one minute.
Jeffrey Wilson, President of the Company, said, "We intend to move forward as quickly as possible to establish our own oil sand operations in Kentucky under the Peak joint venture, however we will likely obtain the benefit of the installation of the two units north of our acreage in Kentucky as that operation is using the Arrakis technology for its operations and we will be selling them chemical.
The combination of some physical specifications may contribute to increase shoulder joint power and peak joint moments based on unascertained muscular patterns.
All other peak joint moments showed no significant inter-group difference at both angle conditions with a trend of smaller mean values in the skilled group.
However, the lack of complete kinematic marker sets for the Run condition restricted the statistical analysis of the net peak joint moments to a comparison of the leading and trailing limb during the SS and XS only.