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strut

(strŭt) [probably fm. AS. strutian, to struggle]
A support that stabilizes a structure.
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Herein, the strut width and thickness are of importance.
Only two albums into their fledgling career, The Struts have an arsenal of songs that more seasoned bands would die for.
Side-strut stenting technique for the treatment of aorto-ostial in-stent restenosis and deformed stent struts. J Invasive Cardiol 2006;18:E234-7.
Optic strut is a piece of bone located between upper side of body and lesser wing of sphenoid, which separates optic canal from medial side of superior orbital fissure.(7) Length of optic strut was measured from the side of body of sphenoid to the ACP (Fig.
Derivation and Verification of the Equivalent Stiffness for Torque Strut Mount
Considering the friction due to the seals between the strut cylinder and strut rod, the total force developed by the HPS strut can be obtained from:
Based on the Spectral Finite Element (SFE) method, the strut can be divided into various subcells with different geometric dimensions or material parameters.
You'll have to disconnect a few components from the strut. Replace one side at a time and note the position and location of all nuts and bolts as you remove them.
Damaged Strut Retaining Pins During routine inspection, the nose gear oleo strut was disassembled to replace O-rings.
The 60-centimetre-long, 3-centimetre-wide strut held a helium
IF YOU'VE GOT IT, FLAUNT IT Advert star Michael Van Schoick and Gavin strut their stuff at London Eye and show off their booty shakes
Strut allografts are frequently used in the cervical spine for reconstruction following corpectomy procedures.