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Trail,

city (1991 pop. 7,919), SE British Columbia, Canada, on the Columbia River just N of the Wash. border. It is a metal-smelting center for a mining area that produces lead, zinc, silver, and gold. Sulfuric acid and fertilizers are manufactured there.

Trail

 

a city in Canada, in the southern part of the province of British Columbia. Population, 11,100 (1971). Trail is a center for the extraction and processing of complex ores. It has a large smelting combine that produces one-half of Canada’s smelted zinc and two-thirds of the country’s smelted lead; antimony and other metals are smelted as well. Trail also produces chemicals.

trail

[trāl]
(astronomy)
A luminous trace left in the sky by the passage of a large meteor.
(geology)
A line of rock fragments that were picked up by glacial ice at a localized outcropping and left scattered along a fairly well-defined tract during the movement of a glacier.
(graphic arts)
One of the lines left on a photographic plate during prolonged exposure to starlight if the motion of the plate was not synchronized with the apparent motion of the sky.
(ordnance)
In bombing, the line between the point of impact of the bomb and a point on the ground directly beneath the aircraft at the moment of impact, assuming that the aircraft stays on course after release of the bomb and maintains a constant speed.
Rear part of a gun carriage which connects the piece with a limber or tractor.

trail

1. the scent left by a moving person or animal that is followed by a hunting animal
2. Engineering the distance between the point of contact of a steerable wheel and a line drawn from the swivel pin axis to the ground
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We observed similar shoulder and elbow movement patterns for the leading and trailing arm in both the SCI and nondisabled groups during the lift phase of transfer (Figures 3 and 4).
The torsion bar, usually associated with a trailing arm, is very popular with "hulled" armoured vehicles, as it enables their designers to make the best possible use of the space determined by the vehicles track.
Consider that the typical solid drive axle at the most contains two trailing arms. A typical multilink rear suspension can have four upper and lower control arms, four lateral links and two trailing arms.
When the S800 became available in Britain in 1967, it had conventional propshaft drive to the rear wheels and an ordinary live axle located by trailing arms and a Panhard rod.
Suspension is handled by McPherson Struts up front; in the rear is a multi-link design with coil springs, three lateral links (one is a steering link that can compensate for toe) and trailing arms. Both cars use Volvo's all-aluminum 1.9L turbo four, that shares its 83mm cylinder bore with the company's 2.4L inline-5 and 2.9L inline-6.
The car's fully independent suspension featured front wishbones and rear trailing arms and used rubber cones as springs.
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Landing gear cross link joints that were bonded in to the landing gear trailing arm per MSB 42-088/3 and AD 2011-11-07 shifted during normal operation.
[USPRwire, Thu Jul 18 2019] An automotive trailing arm, also referred to as trailing link is a vehicle suspension design, through which one or more arms are connected between the axle and a pivot point (located on the chassis of a motor vehicle).