In a pivot joint
, movement is limited to rotation, either by means of a bony projection pivoting within a ring, or a ring pivoting around an axis, for example, the joint
between the first and second vertebrae in your back.
Under the JSOS, an officer could only become joint
qualified by completing joint
-education courses and being assigned to a validated joint
-duty position for a specified period of time.
The "fat" solder joint
is caused by the solder drainage conditions and should therefore not be reworked, because it is a perfectly reliable joint
In recent years, the Department has been aggressively pushing the concept of joint
operations requiring interoperable and complementary capabilities among our warfighters.
use is seen as a mechanism to save capital and operational costs to the taxpayer.
Although the concept of joint
use libraries dates back to the nineteenth century, their popularity has fluctuated over time and from region to region.
The SX sideshaft joint
design was driven by OEM desires for maintaining common suspension and platform dimensions while offering engines with widely varying power outputs.
Troops who fought together during Iraqi Freedom are now training together to further enhance their joint
capabilities at the point of the spear.
After giving effect to SL Green's incentive fees within the joint
venture, the Company is entitled to 68% of all cash proceeds in excess of debt repayment.
Features of the SX rotary joint
are said to include design for oil, water and steam; two internal support guides; optimized seal diameter; convex seal ring in compression; maximum carbon guide separation; and single-flow or dual-flow design.
Seal assembly, NSN 4320-00-734-6951, is used on M939A2-series trucks with the newer rubber-encased CV joint
The new law also lessens the tax cost on certain investments in foreign partnerships and joint