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The sort reinforced with steel is found in all manner of construction.
On the 7th of May I was further reinforced by Sherman with two divisions of his, the 15th corps.
The front storage sleeve has a reinforced zipper flap, and the trolley sleeve zips closed when not in use.
Prestressed concrete is an important variation of reinforced concrete.
An additional Marine division and two Army divisions later reinforced them.
From iron, steel is made, and steel is used to make reinforced and prestressed concrete.
The most prolific designers first using reinforced concrete were Hennebique and the German engineer G.A.
Concrete that has been hardened onto imbedded metal (usually steel) is called reinforced concrete, or ferroconcrete.
Starting in the late 20th century, much research focused on plastics alloys and blends and reinforced composite plastics.
Reinforced concrete, concrete in which steel is embedded in such a manner that the two materials act together in resisting forces.
From H-shaped towers of reinforced concrete, two planes of stays in harp formation support reinforced-concrete girders.
Education in colonial Chile was almost a complete monopoly of the Catholic clergy and reinforced the society’s strong class differences.
Kokopelli makes ultralight inflatable rafts using commercial-grade 1000D reinforced PVC that pack down smaller than a cheap holiday dinghy.
Floating foundations consist of flat reinforced concrete slabs or mats or of reinforced concrete tubs with walls turned up around the edge of the mat to create a larger volume.
The technique of manufacture declined in the Middle Ages and was regained in the 18th century, but concrete had only a limited importance for architecture until the invention of reinforced concrete in the 1860s.
Dr Gardiner talks of using ductal concrete, which is reinforced with steel fibres that make it lighter than concrete reinforced with steel rods but just as strong, to build thin bridges that span rivers in a single bound.
It features 62m of reinforced stitching and taped seams, there’s a reinforced mosquito collar, seven air vents, a hidden passport pocket, nine gadget loops and shatterproof buttons made from corozo, the world’s toughest nut.
Their application, however, is different, as the Kh-25 with an 86 kg (190 lbs) HE warhead is used for smaller or lightly reinforced targets and the Kh-29 with a 320 kg (700 lbs) warhead is used for larger or reinforced targets.
Amoebae are defined based on pseudopodia type: those with thin, or filose, pseudopods, which may be reinforced by stiff microtubule proteins, are classified in the supergroup Rhizaria (e.g., foraminiferans and radiolarians), whereas those with lobose pseudopods, which are blunt and are not reinforced, are classified in the supergroup Amoebozoa.
- given added strength or support
Example: reinforced concrete contains steel bars or metal netting
- (used of soaps or cleaning agents) having a substance (an abrasive or filler) added to increase effectiveness
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Amoebae are defined based on pseudopodia type those with thin or filose pseudopods which may be reinforced by stiff microtubule proteins are classified in the supergroup Rhizaria eg foraminiferans and radiolarians whereas those with lobose pseudopods which are blunt and are not reinforced are classified in the supergroup Amoebozoa