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  Nail (engineering) Summary
In engineering, woodworking and construction, a nail is a pin-shaped, sharp object of hard metal, typically steel, used as a fastener.
Nails are typically driven into the workpiece by a hammer or by a nail gun driven by compressed air or a small explosive charge.
Nails are made in a great variety of forms for specialized purposes; the common everyday kind of nail is sometimes called a "wire nail" to distinguish it from nails in general.
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 Geotechnical Software for Foundation Engineering
Analysis of settlement of any number of foundations acc.
Analysis of footings (rectangular, strip, circular footings) with all foundation engineering checks and optimization
Integrated foundation engineering: from the plan to the analysis
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  Nail (engineering)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In engineering, woodworking and construction, a nail is a pin-shaped, sharp object of hard metal, typically steel, used to fasten things together (usually wood).
Nails are made in a great variety of forms for specialized purposes; the common everyday kind of nail is sometimes called a "wire nail" to distinguish it from nails in general.
Nails are usually sold by weight (either in bulk or in boxes).
www.alloffinance.com /Nail_(engineering).html   (1244 words)

 Engineering Our World: MIT School of Engineering E-Newsletter, Vol. 3, No. 5, September 2006
Smith received her bachelor's and master's in mechanical engineering from MIT and won the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for invention in 2000.
It's this kind of engineering that is key to the School's mission and that has significant impact on the world.
Developing "real engineering" skills is a critical ingredient of an MIT engineering education, one on which we place tremendous importance.
web.mit.edu /engineering/enews/vol3no5-feature.html   (2092 words)

 Geotechnical Engineering - Engineering - FHWA
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For the past 30+ years, Geotechnical Engineering Conferences have been an excellent conduit for the transfer of information and technology to practitioners across the Nation-especially those held by Regional Geotechnical Engineer Groups.
These regional exchange events are held annually in five separate locations...
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 Service, Maintenance, and Rental Liability   (Site not responding. Last check: )
While rental contracts often have "accept responsibility" or "yes, I've been trained" indemnifications, the liability can still fall on the rental company in the case of an accident.
As with any additional time spent with a customer, the costs of additional training have to be considered.
Miller Engineering is prepared to perform cost/benefit analyses for the inclusion of training in the rental price.
www.millerengineering.com /SERVICE-MAINTENANCE-RENTAL.html   (266 words)

 WebEngineering.info: Mechanical Engineering Design   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mechanical engineering design is a part of the overall domain of mechanical engineering.
The advent of mechanical engineering and the intrusion of equipment have largely redefined human lifestyles.
Mechanical engineering design is an integral part of this process and shapes the utility of the product developed to a large extent.
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 College of Engineering Magazine- Fall 2001
The NAIL is made of the same material as the sample and both are polished to achieve optimum contact and avoid surface reflection.
The dome-shaped NAIL is constructed so that the radius of its curved surface and the distance from the surface of the dome to the object allow undistorted imaging.
Characterized by inflammation of the air passages and temporary narrowing of the airways to the lungs, asthma is increasingly common in children.
www.bu.edu /eng/magazine/fall2001/contents/briefs.shtml   (672 words)

 nail | English | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
The other type of nail is the horny plate on the end of the finger or toe.
Each nail anatomically has a body, lateral nail folds (on the sides), a lunula (the little moon-shaped feature at the base), and a proximal skin fold (at the base).
It presents with thickened,slow growing,yellow nails which may be associated with pleural effusion,bronchiectasis and lymphoedema of the legs.
www.babylon.com /definition/nail/English   (440 words)

 PopSci's Best of What's New 2006
Nails have evolved into a grab-whatever’s-cheapest commodity, taken for granted by contractors and engineers.
To finance his engineering degree, Sutt took a research-assistant position at Clemson’s Wind Load Test Facility, which had received a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to study the relationship between wind velocity and the failure of wood-frame structures.
Either the nail rips its head through the sheathing, its shank pulls out of the frame, or its midsection snaps under the lateral loads that rock a house during high winds and earthquakes.
www.popsci.com /popsci/flat/bown/2006/innovator_5.html   (2139 words)

 Nail Biting Basics
Nail biting is common among children as well as adults.
Although nail biting has not been extensively studied, it is attributed to stress.
Nail biting is an extremely tough habit to break and treatment for it varies.
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 The State | 11/30/2006 | Interest spikes in revolutionary nail
Sutt has invented a better nail, a staple of construction that has changed little since the Roman Empire — one that could be a boon to contractors working in hurricane and earthquake country.
The top of the nail shank is twisted to reduce wobbling by boards, and the nail head is about 25 percent larger than the average sheathing nail.
Schiff said it is obvious nails were scarce and expensive when Charleston’s Colonial-era houses were built, because many wooden pegs were used to hold the homes together.
www.thestate.com /mld/thestate/living/education/16125378.htm   (490 words)

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In general, the infections are limited to the nonliving keratinized layers of skin, hair, and nails, but a variety of pathologic changes can occur depending on the etiologic agent, site of infection, and immune status of the host.
The point at which there is a transition from spiral flow in the housing of a centrifugal fan to straight-line flow in the connected duct.
The point on the stroke of a steam engine where admission of steam is stopped.
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 fetish nail   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Artificial Fingernail Products
Whether you do your artificial nail work as part of a large business, rent a station within a small shop, or work at home, you need to know the ingredients of the products you are using.
In general, if you feel well while you are working with artificial nail products and you are not experiencing any symptoms related to their use, there is no reason to think that your workplace exposures will harm your baby.
Nails can be extended by applying plastic nail shapes of varying lengths to the natural nail plate.
www.dhs.ca.gov /ohb/HESIS/artnails.htm   (3969 words)

 The History of the Nail   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Since then, the nail has grown to be one of the most commonly used fasteners in the world.
Hand-made nails were the most commonly used nails until the early 18th century.
These nails were made by a flsmith or nailor, and were used for sheathing and roof boards on building frames.
www.bergen.org /AAST/Projects/Engineering_Graphics/_EG2000/NailShark/nail.html   (200 words)

 APA Blog for Professional Associates: Fasteners
Based on the test results, the recommended allowable nail withdrawal strength for plywood and OSB panels, expressed as an equivalent specific gravity, is 0.40 for plain or screw shank nails and 0.70 for ring shank nails.
In this case, slant nailing might be used to maintain the minimum 3/8-inch edge distance of the panel and adequate edge distance of the lumber.
The splitting of the framing caused by nails has very little to do with the size of the nail head, but is strongly influenced by the shank diameter of the nail.

Knowing this, the conclusion is that the 3/8-inch spacing is referring to the centerline-to-centerline spacing of the nail shank.

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 Earth retention engineering - Soil Nail Head
Then snug tight the nail bolt and second stage is another concrete layer to cover the soil nail head.
No doubt it is easy to shotcrete around the soil nail without the base plate, the soil nail head has to be masked to protected from the shotcrete concrete so that the base plate and the nut can be installed easily later.
A soil nail is a passive reinforcement so the plate isn't really doing anything except giving you a decent size shear perimeter to secure the facing.
www.eng-tips.com /viewthread.cfm?qid=141653&page=1   (846 words)

 Earth retention engineering - Soil Nail
They have assured me that the soil nail is possible but have left the design for the after the contract is awarded.
Engineering is the art of not constructing...of doing that well with one dollar what any bungler can do well with two after a fashion.
Begin investigating the design for soil nails - either find reference material in your office or on the web and look for the geotechnical parameters that are needed for their design.
www.eng-tips.com /viewthread.cfm?qid=99056   (446 words)

 Units: N
Like the ell, the nail was used for measuring cloth; traditionally, it represented the length of the last two joints (including the fingernail) of the middle finger.
The nail is equivalent to 1/16 yard, 1/4 span, 2.25 inches, or exactly 5.715 centimeters.
a unit used in nuclear engineering to describe the "reactivity" of a nuclear reactor.
www.unc.edu /~rowlett/units/dictN.html   (2733 words)

 Engineering Graphics   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Nail Shark TM is a top-of-the-line product and it is a must have item for every household handyman.
I will reverse engineer the printer, or basically take it apart, sketch its internal and external parts, and try to come up with a way to make the inkjet printer faster, more efficient, and better in as many ways as possible.
Reverse engineering is the process of duplicating an item, functionally and dimensionally, by physically examining and measuring existing parts by disassembling the item to develop the technical data (physical and material characteristics) required for competitive procurement.
www.bergen.org /AAST/Projects/Engineering_Graphics/index-2000.html   (1849 words)

 UMKC Student Health and Wellness - Health Information
Infection of the nails is usually fungal in origin and can affect the finger or toe nail plates.
The nail turns yellow or white and begins to rise and separate from the nailbed.
In another form, the fungus is on the surface of the nail and the nail is soft, dry, and powdery and can be easily scraped off.
www.umkc.edu /chtc/health/information/nails.html   (385 words)

 Clemson alumnus 'nails' top innovation honor
The HurriQuake nail is made of carbon-steel alloy and adds about $15 to the cost of a house.
The head of the nail is up to 25 percent larger than average to resist sinking into wood or pulling through.
In one test on the HurriQuake 2 (a thicker version of the original nail), with 20,000 pounds of load on an 8-foot shear wall mimicking what a house goes through in the course of several storms or an earthquake, the nail held.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2006-12/cu-ca121206.php   (511 words)

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As the wood studs age and shrink, nails and screws loosen and pop out of the wood.
The most common of inflammatory nail disorders, onychomycosis is a fungal infection that is prevalent among people with a low resistance to infection and certain groups whose nails are under stress.
If you've ever missed the nail and hit your thumb with a hammer, you understand the draw of a nail gun.
www.howstuffworks.com /search2.php?pg=&server=www.howstuffworks.com&terms=nail   (488 words)

 NASA Direct! DART ELV Mission Webcast
A native of Brevard County, Florida, Tiffany Nail began her civil service career in 1993 in NASA's co-operative education program at Brevard Community College.
While pursuing her A.S. and A.A. degrees, Nail also served in the summer intern program at the local office of Congressman Dave Weldon, a space advocate.
Nail has been involved in the performing arts since her early childhood.
www.ksc.nasa.gov /nasadirect/elv/dart/nail.htm   (257 words)

 Dubai Men's College:: Engineering
Airframe and Aeroengine Engineers may find their skills much in demand by non-aviation related businesses as well, particularly in the generation of electricity in remote areas where jet turbine engines very similar to those used on aircraft are often used to generate power.
Developments in Electronic Engineering have been amazing; from cathode rays and the discovery of the electron in 1897 to the silicon chip containing hundreds of millions of transistors in an area no larger than your finger nail.
Electronic engineering is one of the most exciting and fastest growing industries in the world.
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 EWeek ENews E-newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Engineering Expo 2006, organized by the College of Engineering at the University of South Florida –Tampa, promotes the engineering field, USF, and the potential of USF students.
The purpose is to address engineering education in the community and issue a call to action.
In 1988, the National Engineers Week consortium expanded its scope and now includes more than 100 engineering, scientific, and education societies and major corporations dedicated to enhancing the public understanding of the engineering profession and to promoting pre-college interest in math, science, and engineering as a career option.
www.eweek.org /2002/news/newsletter/021306.shtml   (955 words)

 Nail withstands hurricane and earthquake conditions., Bostitch A Division of The St
Nail withstands hurricane and earthquake conditions., Bostitch A Division of The St Advertisement
Most wood frame construction tends to fail at the fastening point, which is why a superior nail design is so critical to structural integrity.
The New HurriQuake nail is the next generation design of a previous hurricane/earthquake BOSTITCH nail called Sheather Plus(TM).
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