thrust plate

thrust plate

[′thrəst ‚plāt]
(geology)
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Fredericton rocks on the lower thrust plate were folded in the Salinic event and before emplacement of the Pocomoonshine pluton at 423[+ or -] 3 Ma (West et al.
(2004) in their theoretical study provided an explanation for the existing lubrication condition at the thrust surface by taking into account wedge formation between the thrust surfaces caused due to the elastic deformation of thrust plate under large loads.
Their total hip had a femoral component with a "thrust plate" (fig.
In these compressors, a thrust bearing is used to maintain the stable orbiting motion of the orbiting thrust plate as it is firmly pressed against the fixed thrust plate.
"We redesigned the thrust plate connection from the front struts to the front uprights, and triangulated the rear suspension from the lower outboard links forward to the body," says Limmer.
We retrospectively evaluated the results of 61 patients (67 hips) who underwent total hip arthroplasty using the thrust plate prosthesis (TPP) for osteoarthritis of the hip joint.
The convertible gets some added rigidity courtesy of additional dilagonal bracing front and rear, a specific front subframe, front thrust plate of 3 mm aluminum, vs.
It has been suggested that the thrust plate undergoes elastic deformation due to axial loading.
The convertible adds diagonal front and rear bracing, unique front subframe, a 3.0-mm aluminum front thrust plate, reinforced side sills, a stronger B-pillar lower section, reinforced diagonal rear subframe attachments, and a lateral lower body reinforcement.
X3 adds a front thrust plate that reinforces the front suspension and acts as a skid plate.