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Contraflexure

point of contraflexure ( ′pöint əv ′käntrə′flekshər ) ( mechanics ) A point at which the direction of bending changes.

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Contraflexure Points for Continuous Highway Bridges
Full Bridge Reversed Bending or Contraflexure Beam Transducer
BEAM OR CONTRAFLEXURE BEAM ALL GRIDS. IN THE SAME that have a contraflexure point.
4.6 Detailing Requirements for Flexure
A point of contraflexure is the location where the curvature of the profile reverses. It is also maximum eccentricity and the points of contraflexure are numbered.
Chapter 3 Shearing Force and Bending Moment Diagram
AN INFLUENCE OF TECHNOLOGICAL CONTRAFLEXURE OF
demanded a positive technological contraflexure.

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U.S. Patents Awarded to Inventors in Colorado (March 22)
The leaf flexure defines an axis of contraflexure and the cartwheel hinge is bendable about a rotational axis.

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Contraflexure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In a bending beam, a point is known as a point of contraflexure if it is a location at which no bending occurs.
Contraflexure Points for Continuous Highway Bridges
Contraflexure - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
point of contraflexure: Definition from Answers.com
point of contraflexure ( ′pöint əv ′käntrə′flekshər ) ( mechanics ) A point at which the direction of bending changes.
Lecture 23 and 24

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