tension lines

tension lines

[TA]
lines that can be extrapolated by connecting linear openings made when a round pin is driven into the skin of a cadaver, resulting from the principal axis of orientation of the subcutaneous connective tissue (collagen) fibers of the dermis; they vary in direction with the region of the body surface.
References in periodicals archive ?
K-Electric is demanding Rs.50 million for the transfer of high tension lines, power cables and other infrastructure, a demand that KIDCL officials say is unreasonable.
He asked union leaders to hold line staff bound to get PTW at all cost before starting work at high tension or low tension lines. They should begin work only when supply from feeder is discontinued for their safety, he added.
As a result, the low income group moved to urban centres and established slums or squatter settlement over the state land, particularly on land of strategic, hazardous zones, under high tension lines, river beds, abutting drainage, along with railway tracks and amenity plots.
Reports are also coming in that the power breakdown is being exacerbated by faults in the power supplier's extra high tension lines. This is the third major power breakdown in the city this month.
He asked them to maintain high tension and low tension lines, polls and electricity wires to avert accidents.
Clarins' first relaxing, anti-aging mask combines a smoothing action on tension lines with an exceptional texture and a new relaxing method to offer the perfect solution to the harmful effects of stress and fatigue.
Driving under the high tension lines just inside the gates of the power plant was as "energizing" as it was motivational for 18 College of Southern Maryland students arriving for their first day of hands-on training at the Constellation Energy Nuclear Groupplant in Calvert County, Md.
The drivers were driving along high tension lines in the direction of Berlin.
New concept of tension lines. Arch Otolaryngol 1979; 105 (10):569-73.
The students were set the challenge of designing an automatic device to take up the sag in overhead tension lines caused by hot weather.
One such structure, the X-Piece pictured above, has plywood X-modules held in suspension by tension lines. The "floating" sculpture holds itself stable through prestressed members.