Joint

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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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With the analysis of structure feature of the articulated motor-driven vehicle, it can be simplified to three parts, which include the front part of the vehicle, the rear part of the vehicle and the articulated joint body.
The AWC, including the articulated joint, is based on technology that has been used in the oil and gas sector, including in the North Sea, for more than 30 years for risers for wells and as supports for accommodation blocks.
Tensegrity systems are composed of cables and rigid bars and have the following characteristics: the static stability of the structure is the result of pre-tensioning the cables; the rigid elements (bars) are not connected one to the other and they are subjected only to compression strains; there are no rigid joints in the structure, but articulated joints only.
Components of the articulated joint are showed in Figure 2.
The implemented concept of the muffler welding unit comprises the core components laser, beam arm and articulated joint robot, as well as the clamping fixtures, material supply and outfeed.
Installed at the articulated joint and mountable to the flame in the drive line, the brake combines the joint's bearing carrier with the brake itself, removing the need for the bearing carrier.
The vehicle would be comprised of two cars linked together with an articulated joint that allows the body to pivot as it rounds tight curves in the track.
Installed at the articulated joint and mountable to the frame in the drive line, the brake combines the joint's bearing carrier with the brake itself, eliminating the need for the bearing carrier.