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Lateral

A transfer to another department or division without a promotion or increase in responsibility. A lateral may not come with a raise or bonus, and the term implies that it may not be desirable.
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3]) in a state of tension is selected as the judgment standard of the pressure arch and the lateral pressure coefficient is [xi] = 1/3, the pressure arch curve is the same as in Figure 7, and the surrounding rock is in the compression state.
bu] is concrete's resistibility under unixial compression; k is a lateral pressure coefficient, which depends on edging draft level m = [[sigma].
max] = 1 mm (medium rotation), with moving back the wall, no significant increase in induced lateral pressure is observed.
Experts at the NAHB Research Center observed the following about the lateral pressures exerted by strong winds:
The greater the height to which concrete is placed while the whole mass remains in the liquid stage, the greater the lateral pressure at the bottom of the form.
This flexible element will move upwards in a predictable manner when lateral pressure is applied and will return to the product's predetermined shape when pressure is released.
Among the more interesting novel contributions are Choucri and North's creative attempt to apply an updated version of lateral pressure theory to phenomena of global change (chap.
5] investigated the influence of initial fissure and ground stress on the crack initiation and expanding of hydraulic fracturing, obtaining the variation trend of initiation pressure and direction with the lateral pressure coefficient and initiation pressure and direction of the models without preset crack and with preset crack are comparatively analyzed.
Designed to allow positive lateral pressure in anterior and premolar regions, the Jack B.
The base of the wall was exposed to lateral pressure from loose infill.

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