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structural

1. of or relating to the structure and deformation of rocks and other features of the earth's crust
2. of or relating to the structure of organisms; morphological
3. Chem of, concerned with, caused by, or involving the arrangement of atoms in molecules

structural

Said of a load-bearing member, element, etc., of a building.
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Reaching a structural optimum from a size optimization point of view does not offer all necessary information about using the material into a mechanical structure.
The method entails the following steps: contacting the soap bar with a stripping fluid at a temperature above a softening point of said soap and at sufficient pressure to cause any existing soap layer to be stripped from any surfaces of said structural core; placing said structural core in a pool of soap composition in a liquid phase and covering at least one surface of said structural core with said soap composition; and cooling said soap composition to form the solid layer of said soap over at least one surface of the structural core.
SEAOI's annual Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards recognize creative achievement and innovation in structural engineering design, or in the publication of a significant work contributing to the advancement of structural engineering.
Winner of the Body Interior category was an instrument-panel (IP) structural duct assembly for the 2007 Dodge Nitro SUV.
Curtins Consulting received the recognition at the structural engineering profession's annual awards for their work on the Skyways building that is now home to Littlewoods Shop Direct.
Meanwhile, Japan's acceleration of structural reforms since 2001 has indeed reflected its vision to put in place long-term solutions to tackle the demographic challenge.
Loctite H4720 Speedbonder structural adhesive provides environmental resistance on a range of metals.
Through this, the student can perceive where the structural tones are placed metrically, as well as the particular manner in which each is embellished.
This method, no matter how simple it may look to the practicing structural geologist, requires a lot of work and concentration to be perfected and converted into an everyday tool.
Sponsored by Chicago-based American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), this program recognizes projects where structural steel has been utilized in an innovative manner and recognizes the entire building team: architectural firm, structural engineering firm of record, general contractor, detailer, fabricator, and erector, as well as the project owner.
They suggested that there are structural processes observed in groups that are best understood by networks.

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