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H-sections / H sections
H-Profile {pl}
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Übersetzung für 'H sections H sections' von Englisch nach Deutsch

H-sections / H sections
H-Profile {pl}constr.tech.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • This formula is specified in sections A.3.1.h and A.3.2.f of the 2017 edition of the standard.
  • Virgin Trains put forward plans in 2007 to increase the line speed in places on the WCML – particularly along sections of the Trent Valley Line between Stafford and Rugby from 125 to 135 mph (200 to 217 km/h) after the quadrupling of track had been completed.
  • Soldier beams are constructed of wide flange steel H-sections spaced about 2–3 m apart, driven prior to excavation.
  • Forward speed (5–13 km/h) and steering can be achieved by cuts in various sections (gores) across the back, or by cutting four lines in the back thereby modifying the canopy shape to allow air to escape from the back of the canopy, providing limited forward speed.
  • Tilting trains can reach a maximum speed of 160 km/h on the sections Maribor - Pragersko, Pragersko - Slovenska Bistrica and Grobelno - Sentjur.
  • The pathologist will examine the specimen using light microscopy with multiple staining techniques (hematoxylin and eosin/H&E, PAS, trichrome, silver stain) on multiple level sections.
  • Projective geometry also includes a full theory of conic sections, a subject also extensively developed in Euclidean geometry.
  • In the preceding sections, forms in the daughter languages were explained as reflexes of laryngeals in PIE stems.
  • The ship was modularly constructed, where large sections are assembled and then lifted into place using a large crane.
  • Red Clay high schools serving sections of Pike Creek include John Dickinson High School and McKean High School.
  • Hughes produced more ammunition belts than any other American manufacturer, and built 5,576 wings and 6,370 rear fuselage sections for Vultee BT-13 trainers.
  • Wells' "cross-time" or "many universes" variant (see above) was fully developed by Murray Leinster in his 1934 short story "Sidewise in Time", in which sections of the Earth's surface begin changing places with their counterparts in alternate timelines.
  • Discussion is still ongoing as to the listed status of sections of the old prison.
  • Lovecraft wrote his very different sonnet sequence, sections of which first appeared in genre magazines.
  • Haematoxylin and eosin staining is frequently used in histology to examine thin tissue sections.
  • (where the space of sections Γ("F") of "F" is "F"("X")).
  • One of the first limited-access highway systems in the world to have been built, the extensive German Autobahn network has no general speed limit for light vehicles (although there are speed limits in many sections today, and there is an [...] limit for trucks).
  • Calculated cross sections are often given in terms of inverse squared gigaelectronvolts (GeV-2), via the conversion "ħ"2"c"2/GeV2 = [...] = [...].
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