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strut

(strŭt) [probably fm. AS. strutian, to struggle]
A support that stabilizes a structure.
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Then, the effects of printing temperature on the structural parameters of struts were investigated by fixing the rotating speed ratio at 1.0, printing speed at 24 mm [s.sup.-1], and step distance at 0.15 mm, while varying the printing temperature in the range of 217[degrees]C-253[degrees]C, and the dimensions of struts are illustrated in Fig.
Blending together the sleaze of The Stones with a liberal dose of Queen's melodramatics with a platform bootsized stomp of Slade, add in a dash of Supergrass and it only just begins to scratch the surface of what The Struts are all about.
A 2.0 mm x 15.0 mm Sprinter semicompliant balloon (Medtronic) was positioned to the side strut and inflated at 8 atm with caution in case of strut deformation and then deposited to the ISR and inflated at 10-14 atm.
Tim Mackey, technical evangelist at Black Duck by Synopsys commented, "In 2016 and 2017, the Apache Struts community disclosed a series of remote code execution vulnerabilities.
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.
Although good vibration attenuation effects of periodic struts and periodically layered isolators have been presented, the feasibility of engineering application is not considered; thus, the structures cannot function properly under realistic rotor pull-pull loading conditions.
Replacing struts used to be a dangerous job for a DIYer.
Precision measurements determined the nose strut assembly-to-aircraft-structure attach points were misaligned.
Exelis (NYSE: XLS), a diversified, global aerospace, defence, information and services company announced on Wednesday the award of a multimillion dollar contract from Airbus to produce centre wing box struts for the A350-1000 aircraft.
Then he told me that because the car kept bouncing after he stopped mashing on the fender, I need new struts. He said he also noticed an oil leak coming from my strut, which is more evidence that the struts are shot.