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Bolt

Used for listed equity securities. Block trading version of COLT.

Bolt

A computerized order-entry system that sends buy or sell orders for block, over-the-counter trades. It is used to automatically execute orders, and allow users to monitor their positions. It operates much like the continuous on-line trading system, but only for block trades.
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From the perspective of multi-bolted joints, bolts integrated with strain gauges as sensors, are particularly interesting.
This informs that the load carrying capacity of connection consists of multiple bolts is less than the product of load carrying capacity of single bolt and the number of bolts.
All barrels could then be used in either the standard weight stock or heavier varmint/target stock with the respective bolts, resulting in one of the most versatile switch-barrel rifles of its kind.
According to these sources, bolts with squared tips are referred to as quarrels.
The bolts consist of several different elements such as a head, shank, nut and two washers.
Traditionally, a torque wrench is used to tighten bolts to the required degree.
Early in the machine age, the necessary nuts and bolts were all handmade, with scarcely any two of the resulting fasteners being precisely the same shape, size or thread.
Things I think, after firing a bolt-action rifle, go something like, "The rifle is empty until I run the bolt.
First, take a look at the bolts that secure the seat.
The earliest attempt at controlling die lips with heated bolts was in the mid '60s, when Roy Lowey Jr.
Removing the bolts from the rotating flange couplings was difficult and we fear we may have damaged the bolt holes in the process, since there is now excessive noise caused, we think by vibration.