wall column

wall column

A column which is embedded, or partially embedded, in a wall.
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LG Ultra Stretch displays are flexible in installation acting as a standalone display, layered together for an artistic video wall display or installed in a square pillar to create a 360-degree video wall column.
19] correlated their results using two instantaneous heat transfer probes in a smooth wall column and suggested there existed a characteristic residence length at the wall for clusters.
Tom Davies was Pendennis on the Sunday Observer and then for years wrote an increasingly off the wall column for the Western Mail.
He joined the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo in 1959 in a number of roles, at one point taking over from the legendary George Harrison - no relation to the Beatle - as writer of the Over the Mersey Wall column.
Limited Tenders are invited for Modification Of Gsu Column Into Divided Wall Column At Bpcl Kochi Refinery
The George Harrison was, of course, known throughout the city for his Over the Mersey Wall column.
Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide the licensing and proprietary equipment package for the Distill-Max Dividing Wall Column (DWC) technology, in Shandong Province in China.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Internals For Divided Wall Column For Isom Project
wide TruFire system consists of refractory concrete fire wall columns, panels, hot-dip galvanized column base plates, base plate thermal covers, and dry mix refractory grout for base connections.
The application chapters describe the retrofit of side stream columns to dividing wall columns, membrane separation for olefin/paraffin fractionators, modern vacuum systems, a water network retrofitted in a petroleum refinery, and a chemical pulp refining process for paper manufacturing.
It was supported by 236 outer wall columns and 47 sturdy central steel columns.