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block-out

(blok'owt),
Elimination of undercuts by filling such areas with a medium such as wax or wet pumice.

block-out

(blok'owt)
Elimination of undercuts by filling such areas with a medium such as wax or wet pumice.
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EA said that Tetris Blockout features three different play modes, classic Marathon, 20 Planes and race-the-clock Ultra.
The sign of the coefficient for BLOCKOUT, the fraction of shares held in large blocks by non-insiders, is positive and appears to be significantly different from zero at the 0.05 level.
Crash performance of strong-post W-beam guardrail with missing blockouts, International Journal of Crashworthiness 17(1): 93-103.
--Crash performance of a strong-post W-beam guardrail with missing blockouts was investigated by Hampton and Gabler (2012).
A 152-meter (500-foot) section of the existing asphalt pavement will be removed and replaced with precast concrete panels that have blockouts (or pits) for the WIM scales cast into them.
He asked for support from admixture supplier Master Builders in designing a concrete mix, and they worked with Hanson personnel to produce SCC that filled completely around the blockouts for windows and doors, and provided proper cover for the reinforcement without any internal or external vibration.
Working with a small crew of about three helpers, Johnson tackles step one, which is to build the 2X framing blockouts for doors, windows, and other penetrations.
This was done by expert craftsmanship on our shop floor and it turned out nearly perfect." The blockouts for the sign, vending stations and access door were especially challenging; they required the form pieces to be modeled in Autodesk Inventor to create the complex steel patterns that would produce precisely sized openings.
During precasting, blockouts are used so that there is no concrete over the grid in the areas that will be over floorbeams and stringers.
For example, the research team thought chamfered [grooved] blockouts would help the rail go under and capture the car better.