Tie rod


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tie rod

[′tī ‚räd]
(civil engineering)
A structural member used as a brace to take tensile loads.
(engineering)
A round or square iron rod passing through or over a furnace and connected with buckstays to assist in binding the furnace together.
(mechanical engineering)
A rod used as a mechanical or structural support between elements of a machine.
(mining engineering)
Vertical rods mounted in overlying horizontal shaft timbers.

Tie rod

A rod in tension, used to hold parts of a structure together.

tie rod

A rod in tension, used to bind parts of a structure together. (See illustration p. 998.)
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