abutment

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Englisch - Türkisch
köprünün karada olan ayağı
mesnet
(mimarlık) kemer veya kubbenin ağırlığını destekleyen kısım
(Mimarlık) Köprünün karada olan ayağı, mesnet; (mim.) kemer veya kubbenin ağırlığını destekleyen kısım
(Biyoloji) doğal yada sabit bir dişin sabit veya çıkarılabilir proteze destek olması
(Mimarlık) köprü ayağı kemer ayağı
kemer veya kubbenin ağırlığını destekleyen kısım
(Askeri) SAHİL AYAĞI: Sahilde, köprüden gelen yükü taşıyan beton, çelik, kargir veya ağaç köprü ayağı; mesnet; köprünün karada olan ayağı; kemer veya kubbe ağırlığını destekleyen kısım
{i} köprü ayağı
{i} dayanma
{i} bitişme yeri
abatman
doğal yada sabit bir dişin sabit veya çıkarılabili
{i} (köprünün kıyıya dayandığı yerdeki) ayak
{i} bitişme
{i} kemer ayağı
(Tıp) Köprü için mesnet olan diş
{i} dayanak
(Mimarlık) sahil ayağı
(İnşaat) kenar ayak
abutment wall
(Mimarlık) duvarayak duvar ayağı payanda ayak
gravity abutment
(İnşaat) ağırlık dayanağı
Englisch - Englisch
The thing on which something abuts
The point of junction between two things that abut
The state of abutting
A construction that supports the end of a bridge
Something that abuts
{n} that which joins to another thing as the solid part of a bridge next the land
Supporting structure (column) at the end of a bridge or arch
vertical end supports of a bridge structure upon which the girders bear and terminate (see also: substructure, pier)
A tooth or implant used to support a prosthesis A crown unit used as part of a fixed bridge
The part of a valley or canyon wall against which a dam is constructed Right and left abutments are those on respective sides of an observer looking downstream
A tooth or tooth structure which is responsible for the anchorage of a bridge or a denture
A retaining wall that provides structural support for the deck of a bridge or overcrossing
The sloping sides of a valley that support the ends of a dam
A tooth or implant used to support / anchor a prosthesis (bridge, partial denture, etc )
That part of the valley wall against which the dam is constructed The part of a dam that contacts the riverbank A structure that supports the ends of a dam or bridge An artificial abutment is sometimes constructed, as a concrete gravity section, to take the thrust of an arch dam where there is no suitable natural abutment Action or place of abutting; the part of a structure that is the terminal point or receives thrust or pressure Defined in terms of left and right as looking away from the reservoir, looking downstream (i e , left abutment, right abutment) "The Tropics” climbing area at Soldier Canyon Dam was located on the northern abutment of that dam
A structure that supports the ends of a bridge or dam
point of contact between two objects or parts
a substructure supporting the end of a superstructure that retains or supports the approach embankment See also retaining wall and wing wall
A substructure supporting the end of a single span or the extreme end of a multispan superstructure retaining or supporting an approach embankment (5) Also, a solid wall that counteracts the lateral thrust of an arch (8) See Span
The part of a valley side wall against which a dam is constructed An artificial abutment is sometimes constructed as a concrete gravity section to take the thrust of an Arch Dam where there is no suitable natural abutment Right and left abutments are designated as one looks downstream
means a construction that supports the end of a bridge
(of a Dam)The part of a valley sidewall against which a dam or a bridge is constructed The part of the structure that directly receives thrust or pressure An artificial abutment is sometimes constructed as a concrete gravity section to take the thrust of an Arch Dam where there is no suitable natural abutment Right and left abutments are designated as one looks downstream ADVANCE\x 540
The supporting wall or pier that receives the thrust of an arch
a masonry support that touches and directly receives thrust or pressure of an arch or bridge
A stone, concrete, brick, or timber structure supporting the end of a span
[arch] A support that receives the thrust of an arch
tooth or teeth that support a fixed or removable bridge
A retaining wall that also supports a vertical load
Solid masonry placed to counteract the lateral thrust of a vault or arch
That part of the valley side against which the dam is constructed, or the approach embankment in case of bridges which may intrude some distance into the waterway
In coal mining, (1) the weight of the rocks above a narrow roadway is transferred to the solid coal along the sides, which act as abutments of the arch of strata spanning the roadway; and (2) the weight of the rocks over a longwall face is transferred to the front abutment, that is, the solid coal ahead of the face and the back abutment, that is, the settled packs behind the face
A foundation designed to hold back the pressure of solid ground, such as an end pier of a bridge
{i} structure that supports an arch or vault (as on a bridge); place where two adjoining structures come in contact, juncture; (Dentistry) teeth located on either side of a missing tooth; (Dentistry) tooth or root that serve as anchoring for a permanent or a removable dental prosthesis
which receives the thrust or lateral pressure of an arch, vault, or strut
The point of junction between them
A fixed point or surface from which resistance or reaction is obtained, as the cylinder head of a steam engine, the fulcrum of a lever, etc
a masonry support that touches and directly receives thrust or pressure of an arch or bridge point of contact between two objects or parts
In breech-loading firearms, the block behind the barrel which receives the pressure due to recoil
State of abutting
That on or against which a body abuts or presses The solid part of a pier or wall, etc
abutment arch
an arch supported by an abutment
abutments
plural of abutment
abutment
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