transverse rib


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transverse rib

transverse rib
A rib in vaulting spanning the nave, aisle, or transept at right angles to its longitudinal axis and dividing its length into bays or compartments.
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The longitudinal axis of the L-vane has a length of ~ 210 m, the transverse rib has a length of ~ 54 m.
Pullout mechanism is closely related to geometrical grid parameters including rib spacing and transverse rib diameter (Palmeira, Milligan 1989), aggregate particle size and soil moisture content (Jewell 1990).
Palmeira (2004) showed that passive ressistance occurring in front of the geogrid decreased the pullout shear mobilization between soil and transverse ribs.
Transverse rib at the top of the main rib or adjacent concrete is subjected to local pressure when the contact deforms.
Top of the rib was 2 mm high transverse ribs (Fig 3), which during their production form keys.
The a analysis of contact between steel profiled sheeting and concrete behaviour revealed that the layers slip in relation to each other when concrete keys at the top of the rib are crushed (Fig 6) or transverse ribs of steel sheeting are deformed.
Four rows of transverse ribs were arranged in the wall-jet zone downstream from the impinging jet stagnation to enhance heat transfer rate.
Transverse ribs project toward the topsheet and extend in a transverse direction of the article.
The bearing structure of each of what Calatrava calls the roof's two 'bent leaves' is a tubular steel arch joined by cables to a torque tube which supports a series of transverse ribs at 5m centres.
For both types, the manufacturing process creates well defined apertures that allow the soil to interact with the surface of the grid ribs (longitudinal and transverse ribs designed to effectively transfer loads).
These chambers are important components of the beam are made of a vacuum system and a straight, thin-walled, elliptical tube, which is mechanically reinforced by external transverse ribs.

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