rigid connection

rigid connection

A connection between two structural members which prevents one from rotating with respect to the other.
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Correct combination of rigid and semi-rigid connections can adequately improve structural performance and improve flaws of rigid connection application in structure.
That made it a very rigid connection, without any portability or flexibility.
However the reality is different: any real hinged connection has some degree of rotational stiffness and every so-called rigid connection has some degree of flexibility.
The Vatican should] break the rigid connection between sexual activity and marriage, allowing for appropriate sexual relationships between people who are not married, when the quality of the relationship merits it.
These cones provide a rigid connection between the lower and upper tiers, and workers set up crisscrossing rods from the upper layers to the bottom.
To meet building code requirements, the rigid connection welds are tested before superstructure construction can continue.
breaks the rigid connection between data flies and programs.
The program also enables simulation of real-life loads, such as shrink fit, rigid connection, remote loads, and thermal contact resistance.
The Battery Shall Be Housed In A Ppcp/Ms Container Which Shall Have One Flexible Cable Of A Rigid Connection To Inspection Lamp And Other Side Will Have One Jack, Provided For The Purpose Of Battery Charging.
i] of the two associated kinematic chains are subject of a rigid connection ([L.
Rigid connection that allows one or more faces of one
A replay of central concrete with rebar waiting will be performed during the casting of the second part of the framework for a rigid connection between the two elements.