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strut

(strŭt) [probably fm. AS. strutian, to struggle]
A support that stabilizes a structure.
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In one instance, a malicious group used the Apache Struts exploit to install Cerber ransomware on a number of locally networked machines.
In comparison to the struts with separated gas and oil chambers, only a few studies have explored the properties of strut designs with mixed gas and oil chambers.
The angle gauge method shown here is just to get you close to the alignment you had before replacing the struts.
Damaged Strut Retaining Pins During routine inspection, the nose gear oleo strut was disassembled to replace O-rings.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 12, 2015-Exelis awarded composite strut contract for the Airbus 380 aircraft
It comes in rolls that are each large enough to cover 108 struts.
Usually, the struts are thicker at the vertices than at the centers (Fig.
Strut Pro prides itself in offering affordable solutions for the North American population when it comes to suspension kits, shocks and struts.
If shock struts are pressurized with the aircraft on jacks, the strut inflation pressure must be re-checked with the aircraft off jacks, and strut pressure adjusted in accordance with name and identification plate.
This manual describes the new Struts 2 framework for Java Web development.
Suspension springs absorb bumps in the road and the shocks and struts stop the springs from bouncing.
The panels, which measure 3'x6'x1" and weigh in at approximately 75# each, require an intricate system of struts for support.