rigid connection

rigid connection

A connection between two structural members which prevents one from rotating with respect to the other.
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The connection bearings between the gimbal and the bracket are considered a six-DOF flexible connection (connection substructure 1), and the rigid connection between the bracket and the AHSP is considered a rigid connection (connection substructure 2).
Fu, "Nonlinear static analysis of a new beam-column assembly rigid connection," World Earthquake Engineering, vol.
IRW wheelset refers to a pair of left and right wheels which can keep parallel to each other and rotate freely around their axles, respectively, as there is no rigid connection between the wheels.
Putting the different mechanical property of plastic materials and brittle materials into the design of connection of the signpost and into the base, there are three types of connection: plastic, brittle, and rigid connection. Developing the research on the connection of roadside breakaway traffic signpost and base fit for China can provide some support and decision-making bases for the theory.
According to the company, the clearance includes a variety of domino, in-line, and wedding band rod-to-rod connectors, open and closed offsets, and unique "U-shaped" connectors that allow for a rigid connection while skipping levels and/or mating with existing implants.
Results--Displacement Rigid connection Without Including workpiece workpiece Displacement X Headstock -0.029 (0) -0.036 (+24%) Tailstock 0.030 (0) 0.038 (+27%) Displacement Y Headstock 0.016 (0) 0.017 (+6%) Tailstock 0.019 (0) 0.019 (0%) Displacement Z Headstock -0.009 (0) -0.008 (+11%) Tailstock -0.010 (0) -0.009 (+10%) Flexible connection Without Including workpiece workpiece Displacement X Headstock -0.048 (+66%) -0.063 (+117%) Tailstock 0.049 (+63%) 0.063 (+110%) Displacement Y Headstock 0.019 (+19%) 0.020 (+25%) Tailstock 0.021 (+11%) 0.022 (+16%) Displacement Z Headstock -0.006 (-33%) -0.003 (+77%) Tailstock -0.006 (-40%) -0.004 (+60%)
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."
** Those that provide a rigid connection. e.g.: Conexattachment.
Rigid connection was assumed in old practice for the ease of calculation.
Despite conventional wisdom, differential flexure can also be a problem with off-axis (and on-axis) guiding if there isn't an absolutely rigid connection between the imaging and guiding detectors.